Olympia Conservation & Stewardship Committee

Olympia Conservation & Stewardship Committee

We foster interest in natural resource conservation and provide opportunities to advocate for conservation issues, to organize and lead stewardship work parties, and to develop and present conservation education.

Current Stewardship Activities

Participate in one of our many stewardship activities to have fun, to conserve public lands, and to earn a Stewardship Credit skills badge.

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Stewardship Partners

If you decide to volunteer for a stewardship project outside of The Mountaineers, consider working with one of our Stewardship Partner organizations. For more information, contact either the Mountaineers liaison or the Partner Organization directly.

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Stewardship Hours Report Form

Log your volunteer hours with a non-Mountaineers conservation organization using this form. Hours from official Mountaineers stewardship activities are recorded automatically in a different process.

Stewardship Form

Recognition and Stewardship Awards

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Each year, the Conservation and Stewardship Committee recognizes branch members for their spirit of stewardship and their contribution to protecting, preserving, and restoring our natural world. Conservation – ethics toward the land and our use of the land – is one of the original and still leading core concepts of The Mountaineers. People who contribute to the conservation efforts recognize that their stewardship efforts make an important contribution to maintaining the quality of life and lifestyle we enjoy here in the Pacific Northwest.

Award Recipients