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"We can’t do it by ourselves. Each reserve has this whole community of stakeholders, volunteers, partners, who help support each site. That’s a strength of the program: ecological protection through the community."
Birdie Davenport, Aquatic Reserves Program Manager
The unique purpose of an aquatic reserve is not only to protect and restore its species and native habitat, but also to inspire stewardship and create education and outreach opportunities within the communities and stakeholder groups they involve.
OUR WORK includes:
6322 219th Street CT E, Spanaway, WA 98387, US
The Friends of Lake Kapowsin is an association of the interested community members, id. Individuals, groups and associations, that works to fulfill the September 2016 Lake Kapowsin Aquatic Reserve Management Plan overall goals, objectives and strategies and will meet periodically in furtherance of those goals, objectives and strategies through collaborative partnerships.
Our events include Lake Kapowsin Aquatic Reserve Stewardship Meetings and Community Work Parties. Annually we host a 'Lake Kapowsin Day’ at the WDFW WATER ACCESS SITE. The DNR Aquatic Program guides our Community Involvement Program. Friends of Lake Kapowsin, Puget SoundCorps team, and DNR staff and the community volunteers to help restore the riparian habitat along the shoreline of beautiful Lake Kapowsin! The work site is at the Kapowsin Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Water Access site (boat launch) at East 29405 Orville Rd E, Kapowsin, WA 98344.
We'll work with your schedule.
29405 Orville Rd EastKapowsin, WA 98344
January 9, 2020