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Camaraderie, fun and meaningful accomplishment await you as a Nisqually Land Trust volunteer. From our board of directors to the volunteer site stewards who help monitor and restore our protected lands, our volunteers contribute their time, expertise and enthusiasm to an important cause.


Thank you for contributing to the success of our 2015 Conservation Dinner & Auction on March 21st! Your participation supports activities that will help preserve the Nisqually River forever.

Rising from the meltwaters of an ancient glacier, the Nisqually River courses 78 miles through Mount Rainier National Park to its delta in the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge, on Puget Sound.

Founded in 1989, the Nisqually Land Trust acquires and manages critical lands to permanently protect the water, wildlife, natural areas, and scenic vistas of the Nisqually River Watershed. Today we protect over 4,600 acres between the park and the wildlife refuge.

LTAC_seal_green_000 Nisqually Land Trust Earns National Recognition (5/16/2013) -
In September 2013, when Land Trust Conservation Projects Manager Nicole Hill walked across center stage at the Land Trust Alliance rally in New Orleans to accept our award of national accreditation, she did so on behalf of the entire Land Trust team – not just our board and staff, but also... Read more

Students Active in Restoration Efforts

A great video by the Bethel School District about the recent school plantings we’ve been hosting on our properties! Students from 3rd grade to 8th grade helped plant over 4,000 native trees and shrubs along the Mashel River and Ohop Creek. Thanks to the Nisqually River Education Project for getting these students on the ground!

Logo 2015 Conservation Dinner - Trillium

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities and Events

Wednesday, March 25th - Burlap mulch installation near Yelm
Saturday, March 28th - Nature Mapping with NW Trek near Yelm
Wednesday, April 1st - Burlap mulch installation in Yelm
Saturday, April 4th - Flood debris cleanup near Yelm
Wednesday, April 15th - Scotch broom pull near Eatonville

See Calendar for More Information