Here's a sample of our volunteer opportunities:VIEW AS
The Nisqually Stream Stewards is a group of volunteers of all ages, who are interested in restoring habitat for wildlife and particularly salmon, throughout the Nisqually Watershed, from the Nisqually delta to Mt. Rainier. Each year we offer the Stream Stewards course during June and July, which explores important topics such as geology, ecology, and the different habitats within the Nisqually watershed. We also train our volunteers to help us record salmon spawning activities, collect water quality samples and stream bug samples, help install native trees and shrubs at restoration sites in the watershed, as well as offer assistance to volunteers if they wish to organize activities in their own neighborhoods.
The Nisqually Stream Stewards supports the salmon recovery program and restoration activities of the Nisqually Indian Tribe's natural resources department.
The Nisqually Stream Stewards partners with and supports several organizations that focus their activities on salmon habitat restoration within the Nisqually Watershed. These organizations are involved in a variety of activities including habitat restoration and planting, salmon carcass tossing, water quality data collection, K-12 and adult education community activities. If you are interested in volunteering to assist in these important efforts, we can find a place for you!
- Don Perry
- 360-438-8687 xt 2143
- Need admin access?
Do you work for this organization?
Request administrator status and update its information!