Volunteer opportunity and we need your help! Capitol Land Trust is committed to restoring salmon habitats and we can’t do it alone. Join your friends and neighbors to help restore a stretch of Eld Inlet shoreline. Volunteers will work on removing invasive plants, long-term maintenance and monitoring of the restoration site.
The Randall Preserve is right behind Blue Heron Bakery off Mud Bay Please park across the street so we don't take up the bakery parking Fall Greetings from Capitol Land Trust! Please join us for the following events this month:
All are welcome at work parties, no experience necessary.
Please remember to dress for the weather: work pants, long sleeve shirt, hat, gloves, hiking or rubber boots, rain gear: pants and jacket (just in case the weather doesn't hold).
What: Randall Preserve Restoration Work Party
When: Sunday October 20th, 2013 from 9am-1pm
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Thank you for volunteering to help us at the Randall Preserve Restoration Work Party! We will be removing invasive plants and performing long-term maintenance and monitoring of the restoration site.
If your plans change and you are no longer able to make it, please let us know. We are still recruiting volunteers, so please invite your friends. All volunteers under the age of 18 must have a waiver signed by a parent or guardian.
When: Sunday, October 20th from 9 AM to 1 PM.
Location: 4937 Mud Bay Road NW Olympia, WA. Parking is available in the lot adjacent to the Blue Heron Bakery. Here is a link to directions on Google maps. From Olympia, take I-5 South. Take exit 104 to merge onto Hwy 101 N. Take the 2nd Ave. SW exit. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Mud Bay Road and merge onto Mud Bay Road. Continue until you arrive at 4937 Mud Bay Road NW.
Transport Options: We have a few seats open for those who would like to carpool from Olympia. The property is also accessible via the Route 40 bus line. Please e-mail me for information.
What to bring: water, work clothes, sun/rain protection, and sturdy, closed-toed shoes. Capitol Land Trust will provide extra water, snacks, and tools (including gloves). Optional items to bring for your enjoyment include binoculars, plant and bird field guides, a personal camera and gloves (if you have a preferred pair).
Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns. If you need to reach us the day of the event, please call Capitol Land Trust’s Stewardship and Restoration Coordinator, Guy Maguire, at[masked] or me at[masked]-5324.
I look forward to meeting you!
Volunteer Development Coordinator
Capitol Land Trust
ite: The Olympia Hiking Meetup