Come join us for this spring’s first Nature Walk on Saturday, June 7th on the Van Eaton property, in Eatonville. There will be two free guided tours held at 12:30pm – 2pm and 2:30pm – 4pm. This is a unique opportunity to learn about the history and important ecological characteristics of the site from the Land Trust’s Executive Director, Joe Kane, and Site Steward Martin McCallum.
After the talk, we’ll set out on a moderate one-mile long Nature Walk to the former Van Eaton homestead on the banks of the Mashel River, now the site of important salmon-recovery efforts led by the Land Trust and the Nisqually Indian Tribe.
Participants will learn more about restoration of the Mashel and the importance of the Van Eaton property for the future of our threatened salmon.
Nature Walks are scheduled at other Land Trust Protected Areas throughout the summer. Click here for the full list of these an other events.