The Nisqually Land Trust is kicking off some Spring events to help local areas clean up their environment. Current CEO of the NLT grew up in our area, Jeanette Dorner. The Nisqually Land Trust is an independent, private, nongovernmental organization incorporated in 1989 and federally recognized as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation in 1990.
Join us in the field! We’ll be removing Scotch broom at Lackamas Flats. Opportunities abound to join the Nisqually Land Trust stewardship team in the field! Next Wednesday and Saturday we will be going to the Spooner parcel of our Lackamas Flats Protected Area in Thurston County near Yelm. Here we’ll be removing invasive Scotch broom from an area that was previously planted! The Scotch broom thinks it is gearing up for a season of shading out our planting, but we won’t let that happen! Please join us in our effort!
There are still spots for this Saturday’s (4/9) Scotch broom pull work party at Lackamas Flats! Join us on this first day of tackling the Scotch broom patch and come back in a week and see the progress! Thank you all for supporting us in this work. See more information and register through the sign-up buttons below!
Lackamas Flats Scotch Broom Pulls
What: We’ll remove Scotch broom with weed wrenches!
When: Saturday, April 9th from 9AM – 12PM
When: Wednesday, April 13th from 9AM – 12PM
When: Saturday, April 16th from 9AM – 12PM
Where: Register for specific site directions below and to find out more info!
Looking forward to seeing you in the field!