Spots available: 10+
Restoration Volunteer Event - West Sammamish River Trail
Spots available: 10+
Join Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group on the Sammamish River Trail in Woodinville to help remove Himalayan Blackberry and other invasive plants and prepare the site for mulching!
The Sammamish River is an important habitat for local salmon. The goal of this ongoing project is to plant native trees and shrubs to contribute natural shade and nutrients to the stream below, cooling it down and providing food for returning salmon.
To register visit: https://forms.gle/PFXii8X6duh7uFA4A
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All volunteers MUST register in advance of the event.
King County has implemented a vaccine mandate which includes volunteers on King County property. Youth under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, however all participants ages 12 and over will need to show proof of vaccination to join the event.
Volunteers attending all events will need to RSVP to the event and show proof of vaccination at the start of the event. Please plan to bring one of the below with you that day:
- Photo of CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card;
- Documentation of vaccination from a health care provider or electronic health record; state immunization information system record; or
- For an individual who was vaccinated outside of the United States, a reasonable equivalent of any of the above.
About Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group
7400 Sand Point Way NE, Building 30-Office 202, Seattle, WA 98115, US
Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group works to involve local people in projects that will ensure a future for wild salmon.
Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group is dedicated to helping landowners and communities protect their local fish. We practice fisheries and stream restoration in the King and Kitsap Counties in Washington State. Our service area includes the Green/Duwamish River watershed, the Lake Washington/Cedar River watershed, isolated streams flowing into Puget Sound in King County, and all watersheds in eastern Kitsap County. We use habitat restoration projects - such as streamside fencing, native tree planting, and fish passage improvements - as catalysts to building community partnerships. As one of 14 Regional Fisheries Enhancement Groups in Washington State, we are part of a coordinated effort to restore fish habitat in the state.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for directionsWoodinville, WA 98072
November 10, 2021
- King County has implemented a vaccine mandate which includes volunteers on King County property. Youth under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement, however all participants ages 12 and over will need to show proof of vaccination to join.