Conservation Leadership Development Meeting - Lacey Community Center


Conservation Leadership Development Meeting - Lacey Community Center

The Annual Conservation and Stewardship Meeting will feature a visual report on 2019 activities, planning for 2020 Stewardship trips and courses and presentations by two of our leading Conservation organizations working and researching in the South Puget Sound area. Come and learn more about local Conservation Issues and how you can participate in personally enriching Stewardship Activities

  • Casual

Beginning at 6:00 PM on Thursday, February 27 at the Lacey Community Center at 6729 Pacific Avenue SE in Lacey. 


The Annual Conservation and Stewardship meeting enables the branch to set an active calendar of events to engage Mountaineers in interesting and meaningful Stewardship activities. This year’s meeting includes brief presentations on both our past accomplishments and future opportunities to help protect and preserve our local natural resources.

 There will also be an important presentation by Wild Fish Conservancy and the Capitol Land Trust.  We will hear how the Wild Fish Conservancy is celebrating their year full of landmark victories and important progress essential to the recovery of the northwest's iconic wild fish and Southern Residents ORCA. We will also learn how the Capitol Land Trust is protecting and caring for the unique natural areas and working lands within southwest Washington.  CLT staff will explain our opportunities to participate in their new programs to and engage today’s community in conservation work and to prepare future community leaders for earth-wise decisions.

Please bring your ideas for Stewardship and Environmental Awareness outings, trips, and projects as well as your own personal calendar.


participants will earn:


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Your experience in the outdoors and passion to be there are the only prerequisites you need to attend, even if you don’t consider yourself a Conservation Leader.  

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