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Nisqually Land Trust

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 66 people are interested

Do you have a love for the land, and the plants, animals and the other life it supports? Do you want to help take care of the special places you love? Do you spend your free time romping through the woods looking at plants and insects, rather than watching television?

If you answered yes to any of these questions or wish you had, becoming a Site Steward with the Nisqually Land Trust may be a good fit for you! Our volunteer stewards "adopt" one of the Land Trust's properties in the Nisqually River watershed, and periodically monitor it for positive and negative changes, such as: wildlife signs, plant growth and regeneration, signs of trespass, invasive plant species, and many others. There is also the opportunity to do work on the land such as invasive species removal or trash collection as needed.

The Nisqually Land Trust protected areas are along the Nisqually River from the Olympia area to Ashford, WA.

If interested, please email us at or call us at (360) 489-3400.

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About Nisqually Land Trust


100 Brown Farm Rd. NE, Olympia, WA 98516, US

Mission Statement

The Nisqually Land Trust acquires and manages critical lands to permanently benefit the water, wildlife, and people of the Nisqually River Watershed.


The Nisqually Land Trust is a non-profit organization that acquires, maintains, and restores important lands along the Nisqually River to viable habitat for salmon and other wildlife.

It was established in 1989 to protect wildlife habitat threatened by the consequences of rapid population growth. Today it conserves and restores over 5,000 acres throughout the Nisqually River watershed.

*Physical office located near the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge*

Please e-mail or call for mailing address



We'll work with your schedule.


Various sites - from Lacey to AshfordYelm, WA 98597


  • Environmental Science
  • Habitat Restoration
  • Botany


  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • We ask that you complete at least 4 site visits a year
  • Once you communicate your interest, we will be in touch further about picking a site and setting up a time to do a site orientation.

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