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Camaraderie, fun and meaningful accomplishment await you as a Nisqually Land Trust volunteer. From our board of directors to site stewards who help monitor and restore our protected lands, our volunteers contribute their time, expertise and enthusiasm.
There are many ways that you can help us continue our innovative conservation projects in the Nisqually Watershed, including event sponsorship, cash and equipment donations, and estate gifts.
The Land Trust is also partnered with several businesses that will donate a portion of your purchase to our organization-- and it won't cost you a penny!
Rising from the meltwaters of an ancient glacier, the Nisqually River courses 78 miles through Mount Rainier National Park to its delta in the Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge, on Puget Sound.
Founded in 1989, the Nisqually Land Trust acquires and manages critical lands to permanently benefit the water, wildlife, and people of the Nisqually River Watershed. Today we protect over 5,125 acres between the park and the wildlife refuge.
- Wednesday, July 20th - Scotch Broom pull at Powell Creek in Pierce County (Yelm)
- Saturday, July 23rd - Nisqually River Float Trip [registration is closed for this trip]
- Sunday, July 24th - Nisqually River Float Trip [registration is closed for this trip]
- Wednesday, July 27th - Weed control at Red Salmon Creek (DuPont)
- Wednesday, August 3rd - Blackberry control at Middle Mashel (Eatonville)
- Saturday, August 6th - Nature Walk at Boxcar Canyon (Eatonville) [registration is full for this trip]