The Morse Force Volunteers help Forterra with their wildlife program of property management at the Morse Wildlife Preserve and at the Maxine G. Morse Wildlife Conservancy in Graham, WA. Additionally, Morse Force Volunteer Docents help Tahoma Audubon Society (TAS) with their education program of guided tours and classes.
Morse Force Volunteers assist in the planning and implementation of various events and activities that take place at the Morse Wildlife Preserve (MWP) in Graham, WA. The 100 acre site features several habitat types, including wetlands, forests, and prairies. Events include monthly Second Sundays at Morse (April-Oct) from 10:00 am-4:00pm. Both Morse Wildlife Preserve (MWP) and the Maxine G. Morse Wildlife Conservancy (MGMNC), another 60 acre site which features habitat types including wetlands and forests, host on-demand guided tours for groups including schools and other environmentally-oriented organizations.
We would like to increase public access to MWP and MGMNC; hence, we are recruiting approximately 20 new Morse Force Volunteer Docents interested in nature education and to act as hosts to visitors on special days.
Learn more about Morse at the Tahoma Audubon Society (TAS) website:
Visit the preserve and fall in love with this hidden treasure!
Morse Wildlife Preserve (MWP)- 25415 70th Ave. E. Graham, WA 98338
Maxine G. Morse Wildlife Conservancy (MGMNC) - 6723 304th St E. (Kapowsin Hwy) Graham, WA 98338
- People Skills
- Environmental Education
- Community Outreach
- Habitat Restoration
Good Match For
Teens People 55+ Group
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 21
- Orientation or Training
- 4-8 hours per month