Nisqually Land Trust

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.


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Donate

Your donation will help to preserve the Nisqually River forever.
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Volunteer

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.
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Learn More

This year the Nisqually Land Trust celebrates its 25th Anniversary. Thanks! We've come a long way together, and we look forward to sharing our work with you for the next 25 years.

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
Upcoming Event – Salmon Bake & Annual Meeting -
Sunday, September 14, 2014; 4:00 – 7:30 pm. Join us for our Salmon Bake, get an update about Land Trust activities, and celebrate our 25th Anniversary with us!  

2014 Salmon Bake Invitation

 

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Ohop Creek Restoration Project Groundbreaking (7/21/2014) -
The Nisqually Indian Tribe, Nisqually Land Trust and South Puget Sound Salmon Enhancement Group broke ground on 1.5 miles of restored salmon habitat on Ohop Creek on Saturday, July 12th. Read the Nisqually Valley News article about the Ohop Creek groundbreaking to learn more.