Upcoming events for the Nisqually Land Trust
Join us for our first Nature Walk on Saturday, May 13!
River Walk at Nisqually River Shoreline near Yelm
Saturday, May 13, 10 am – 11:30 am
George Walter, board member and founder of the Land Trust, will guide the walk and share stories about how this forested shoreline was preserved. Bring your binoculars and sense of adventure as we search for birds and beaver amongst huge cedars and marshy pockets.
For more information and to register click here.
Summer Nature Walks
Staff and special guests will lead nine free weekend summer walks beginning with the one above. These walks are open to anyone interested in connecting with Land Trust protected lands. RSVP is required and space is limited.
2017 ON THE RIVER OUTINGS
Nisqually River Float Trips: Saturday, July 22 and Sunday, July 23 9 am – 4 pm
Trips depart from Wilcox Farms in Roy.
Cost is $120 per person for one day and includes rafting gear, professional guides, and lunch. Space is limited and return time is approximate.
Electronic sign-up is coming soon, but you can e-mail or call the office at 360-489-3400 to make your reservation today.
Volunteer Work Parties
Get out in nature, explore your regional backyard, and do your part to improve the health of the Nisqually
Watershed – what’s not to love?
We host a work party every Wednesday and some Saturdays at locations throughout the Nisqually Watershed (Thurston and Pierce Counties).