Redmond so Bazaar
Aug
22
5:00 PM17:00

Redmond so Bazaar

  • 15670 Northeast 85th Street Redmond, WA, 98052 United States (map)
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Come say ‘hi’ to us as we host a table at the Redmond So Bazaar! We will activities for all ages and the event is a family friendly event celebrating art, music and food in downtown Redmond.

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Duwamish River Festival
Aug
17
12:00 PM12:00

Duwamish River Festival

  • 7900 10th Avenue South Seattle, WA, 98108 United States (map)
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What: Come say ‘hi’ to us at the Duwamish River Festival! We will be hosting a table with activities. You can also enjoy river activities, cultural presentations, activities for all ages and more at the Duwamish Waterway Park in the South Park neighborhood.

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Trail Work Party on the Cle Elum Ridge
Aug
3
5:15 PM17:15

Trail Work Party on the Cle Elum Ridge

Join the Cle Elum TNC office for a trail work party on the Cle Elum Ridge!

Help us maintain the amazing multi-use trail system right in our backyard. Volunteer with us to get into the woods and have a good time! We will be driving to the top of the ridge, so bring your mountain bike for a shuttle to the top!

Where: Cle Elum trails(Meet at W Dakota Ave & Coal Mine Trail)
To RSVP contact karver.dewitt@tnc.org - Please indicate if you plan to bring your mountain bike or not

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RootedinPugetSound at 1st Thursdays Art Walk
Aug
1
12:00 PM12:00

RootedinPugetSound at 1st Thursdays Art Walk

  • 117 South Washington Street Seattle United States (map)
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Visit The Nature Conservancy’s #RootedinPugetSound team at the 1st Thursday Art Walk in Occidental Park! You will have the opportunity to learn more about the benefits of trees, check out tree art and create some of your own, and more! Plus pick-up a limited edition #RootedinPugetSound sticke

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Trail Work Party on the Cle Elum Ridge
Jul
27
5:15 PM17:15

Trail Work Party on the Cle Elum Ridge

Join the Cle Elum TNC office for a trail work party on the Cle Elum Ridge!

Help us maintain the amazing multi-use trail system right in our backyard. Volunteer with us to get into the woods and have a good time! We will be driving to the top of the ridge, so bring your mountain bike for a shuttle to the top!

Where: Cle Elum trails(Meet at W Dakota Ave & Coal Mine Trail)
To RSVP contact karver.dewitt@tnc.org - Please indicate if you plan to bring your mountain bike or not

Click here for more information

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Volunteer Information Session
Jul
25
12:00 PM12:00

Volunteer Information Session

Interested in volunteering with The Nature Conservancy, but not yet ready to commit?  Want to learn more about our work and how volunteers support our mission?  Join us for one of our monthly new volunteer information sessions!

Note: Attending an info session is not mandatory to volunteer.  Training and orientation are provided for all volunteer roles and events.

Please RSVP below and you will receive an email 1 week before the event with full details. Session held in our Belltown office.

Name *
Name
Phone
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Trail Work Party on the Cle Elum Ridge
Jul
20
5:15 PM17:15

Trail Work Party on the Cle Elum Ridge

Join the Cle Elum TNC office for a trail work party on the Cle Elum Ridge!

Help us maintain the amazing multi-use trail system right in our backyard. Volunteer with us to get into the woods and have a good time! We will be driving to the top of the ridge, so bring your mountain bike for a shuttle to the top!

Where: Cle Elum trails(Meet at W Dakota Ave & Coal Mine Trail)
To RSVP contact karver.dewitt@tnc.org - Please indicate if you plan to bring your mountain bike or not

Click here for more information

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Volunteer Information Session
Jun
25
5:30 PM17:30

Volunteer Information Session

Interested in volunteering with The Nature Conservancy, but not yet ready to commit?  Want to learn more about our work and how volunteers support our mission?  Join us for one of our monthly new volunteer information sessions!

Note: Attending an info session is not mandatory to volunteer.  Training and orientation are provided for all volunteer roles and events.

Please RSVP below and you will receive an email 1 week before the event with full details. Session held in our Belltown office.

Name *
Name

Note: Attending an info session is not mandatory to volunteer. 

By clicking submit, you’ll be opted in to future emails about Nature Conservancy volunteer opportunities. If you would prefer to remain off of our emailing list you can RSVP by directly emailing wavolunteer@tnc.org

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Work Party on the Sauk River
Jun
15
10:00 AM10:00

Work Party on the Sauk River

What?

Volunteers will be helping us pulling a noxious weed known as Policeman’s helmet/Jewelweed/Himalayan Balsam at our Smith Preserve near Rockport, WA.

Why?

The Smith Preserve protects a landscape mosaic of upland forest, wetlands, flood channels and extensive riparian habitat along the Wild and Scenic Sauk River. This site supports natural processes that create habitat for salmon and other wildlife across a larger connected landscape of protected land along the Sauk. Policeman's helmet, also known as jewelweed or Himalayan balsam, thrives in moist areas and riparian zones. This noxious weed from Asia can produce up to 800 seeds, which are viable for 18 months or more and can even germinate under water so seeds spread quickly downstream. When touched, the mature seedpods split and eject seeds up to 20 feet. This plant out competes desirable native species and is controlled mechanically through hand-pulling. This volunteer event will be held in collaboration with Skagit Land Trust on TNC's Smith Preserve!

How to sign up:

To RSVP for this event, fill out the form below. You will receive an email with more detailed instructions one week before the event.

Name *
Name
If you require transportation: -You will need to arrive at 7:30a at our Belltown office. -Free garage parking is available. -You will get dropped off at our Belltown office after the event is over. We will be back around ~4-5pm. -More information will be sent to you once your spot is confirmed. Space is limited and is first-come first-served.

Participants will receive a reminder email with more detailed information 1 week before the event. Transportation not included.


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Reed Canary Grass Attack at Fisher Slough
Jun
8
10:00 AM10:00

Reed Canary Grass Attack at Fisher Slough

What?

Volunteers will help us locate previously planted trees and tie back or cut Reed Canary Grass.

Why?

Fisher Slough is a recently restored freshwater tidal marsh located near Conway. This site provides essential rearing habitat for salmon as well as many species of songbirds, waterfowl, and raptors. Reed Canary Grass (RCG), an aggressive invasive species is well distributed throughout the site and requires ongoing maintenance to control. One of the techniques used to reduce RCG cover is shading. We have planted many trees and willow stakes onsite, but they are in danger of becoming shaded by RCG. This volunteer event will focus on protecting those trees.

How to sign up:

To RSVP, please fill out the form below. You will receive an email with more detailed instructions one week before the event.

Name *
Name

Participants will receive a reminder email with more detailed information 1 week before the event. Transportation not included.


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Food Forest and Bioswale Construction at Paradise Plots
Jun
8
9:00 AM09:00

Food Forest and Bioswale Construction at Paradise Plots

Come join World Relief Seattle as they break ground on their bioswale and food forest at Hillside Paradise Parking Plots Community Garden! We need your help with this huge infrastructure project as we push forward to create a beautiful and environmentally impactful community feature. Work at the site will involve a range of outdoor physical activities, so please wear clothes you aren’t afraid to dirty and closed toed shoes!

For more information, including how to register, click here

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Helpin' Out at North Creek Forest
Jun
1
10:00 AM10:00

Helpin' Out at North Creek Forest

Kick-off Orca Month with Whale Scout and Friends of North Creek Forest by clipping back, digging out, and hauling away invasive species to make room for more native plantings. North Creek Forest is Bothell's largest urban forest and provides cool, clean water to Chinook salmon in North Creek!

More information about the event including how to RSVP can be found here.

*Please note this is a partner event

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Volunteer Information Session
May
23
12:00 PM12:00

Volunteer Information Session

Interested in volunteering with The Nature Conservancy, but not yet ready to commit?  Want to learn more about our work and how volunteers support our mission?  Join us for one of our monthly new volunteer information sessions!

Note: Attending an info session is not mandatory to volunteer.  Training and orientation are provided for all volunteer roles and events.

Please RSVP below for complete details on where to meet.

Name *
Name

Note: Attending an info session is not mandatory to volunteer. 

By clicking submit, you’ll be opted in to future emails about Nature Conservancy volunteer opportunities. If you would prefer to remain off of our emailing list you can RSVP by directly emailing wavolunteer@tnc.org

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TNC Bird Challenge
May
18
6:30 AM06:30

TNC Bird Challenge

Calling all birders!

Join this special opportunity for TNC supporters: you are invited to participate in the 2019 TNC Bird Challenge! This event is a worldwide Nature Conservancy challenge to count as many species of birds as possible within one day. You’ll have an opportunity to visit one of seven TNC preserves in Washington State. Each location will be accompanied by a knowledgeable staff or volunteer. Birders of all levels are encouraged to participate in this special event! 

Our Bird Challenge teams in Washington will be competing with other states, provinces and countries where TNC works. Besides being a friendly competition, it’s a great opportunity to help us recognize the avian diversity of the lands and waters we protect. The Bird Challenge will be held at the following preserves:

  1. Fisher Slough (near Conway) from 10:30am-12:30pm

  2. Port Susan Bay from 1:30pm-3:30pm(Full)

  3. Foulweather Bluff from 6:30am-10:00am and 11:00am-3:00pm

  4. Ellsworth Creek Preserve from 9:00am-12:00pm

  5. Moses Coulee Preserve from 8:00am-12:00pm

  6. Ebey’s Landing from 10:00am-1:00pm

To be placed on waitlist for full events please email emily.crabill@tnc.org  

To sign up submit the following form:

Name *
Name
Phone *
Phone
Which location would you like to sign up for? *
You can select more than one option but let us know your preference in the message box.
If you're signing someone else up too, please list their names in the message box

Participants will receive a reminder email with more detailed information 1-2 weeks before the event. Transportation and food not included.

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GiveBIG Gratitude Team
May
8
1:00 PM13:00

GiveBIG Gratitude Team

In 2018, The Nature Conservancy participated in the GiveBIG campaign and received over 300 individual contributions to help us continue our work. We will be participating again in 2019 and we need your help to thank everyone that gives! These individuals care about the environment and our work and we believe they deserve to be thanked.

What: Volunteers will help us make calls to thank people who give through GiveBIG campaign

Where: The Nature Conservancy Office in Belltown

When: May 8th from 1:00pm-7:00pm and May 9th 10:00am-12:00pm. One hour shifts available.

Please register to volunteer below. Once you sign up, you will receive a confirmation email. Snacks will be provided!

Name *
Name
Phone *
Phone
What shift would you like to sign up for? *
You can select more than one.
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Helpin' Out Bear Creek
Apr
28
10:00 AM10:00

Helpin' Out Bear Creek

Join us to restore native vegetation along Bear Creek that will provide cool, clean, and clear water for salmon! This is your opportunity to act, get your hands dirty, and ensure local, endangered orca whales have enough salmon to eat. This is a unique private property site where we've worked already this fall expanding the riparian, or native vegetation zone along the creek that's critical for salmon. These trees provide shade, filter toxic runoff, control water flow, and provide habitat for little insects that feed fish! Come learn more about the connection between orcas, salmon, and trees. Please dress for the weather. All tools and gloves are provided.

What: Read more about the event here.

How: RSVP, here

*Please note this is a partner event

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Chuckanut Island - Ivy Pull
Apr
27
10:00 AM10:00

Chuckanut Island - Ivy Pull

This 5-acre island in Chuckanut Bay south of Bellingham offers an excellent opportunity for visitors to see the beauty of one of Puget Sound’s rocky islands. It’s home to nests of bald eagles and it is a great example of native coastal forest habitat such as Douglas fir (some well over 250 years old!), grand fir, madrone and western red cedar. The island’s tidal areas offer visitors a chance to see marine invertebrates such as barnacles, rock crabs, sea cucumbers, limpets, hermit crabs and blue mud shrimp. Surfbirds frequently perch on the rocky shores.

Invasive English ivy has colonized portions of this special place and we need volunteers to help us remove it! This volunteer event requires no special skills, will require hand-pulling of invasive ivy, and include a short boat trip to the island. Bring a lunch!

Please RSVP below. An email will be sent at least one week before the event with more instructions.

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Name
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Earth Day Volunteer Orientation
Apr
25
5:30 PM17:30

Earth Day Volunteer Orientation

This Earth Day, commit to making a difference – attend this volunteer orientation! Learn more about The Nature Conservancy’s work, how volunteers support our mission, and what you can do for conservation.

Note: Attending an info session is not mandatory to volunteer. 

Please RSVP below and you will receive an email with complete details.

Name *
Name

By clicking submit, you’ll be opted in to future emails about Nature Conservancy volunteer opportunities. If you would prefer to remain off of our emailing list you can RSVP by directly emailing wavolunteer@tnc.org

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Duwamish Alive - Orca Earth Day!
Apr
20
10:00 AM10:00

Duwamish Alive - Orca Earth Day!

Join Whale Scout, Dirt Corps and the Duwamish Valley Youth Corps to celebrate Orca Earth Day by restoring Terminal 107 Park to support the health of the Duwamish River! Enjoy live music, food trucks, and lots of family activities! Dress for the weather.

Read more about the event, here

Please RSVP by emailing info@duwamishalive.org

Location: T-107 Park, 4500 Duwamish Trail, Seattle, WA 98106

*Please note this is a partner event

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Earth Day Volunteer Restoration at Strawberry Fields
Apr
20
10:00 AM10:00

Earth Day Volunteer Restoration at Strawberry Fields

Join the Adopt a Stream Foundation on Saturday April 20th, 2019 to restore salmon and other wildlife habitat at Strawberry Fields Park in Marysville! Volunteers will learn about restoration and salmon habitat, and get to plant the Quilceda Creek stream banks. Tools, gloves and light refreshments provided!

See event page, here

RSVP by emailing Jasminep@streamkeeper.org


*Please note this is a partner event

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New Volunteer Information Session
Mar
28
12:00 PM12:00

New Volunteer Information Session

Interested in volunteering with The Nature Conservancy, but not yet ready to commit?  Want to learn more about our work and how volunteers support our mission?  Join us for one of our monthly new volunteer information sessions!

Note: Attending an info session is not mandatory to volunteer.  Training and orientation are provided for all volunteer roles and events.

Please RSVP below for complete details on where to meet.

Name *
Name
Phone
Phone

By clicking submit, you’ll be opted in to future emails about Nature Conservancy volunteer opportunities. If you would prefer to remain off of our emailing list you can RSVP by directly emailing wavolunteer@tnc.org

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Restoration at Strawberry Fields with Adopt-a-Stream
Mar
2
10:00 AM10:00

Restoration at Strawberry Fields with Adopt-a-Stream

Join Adopt-a-Stream Foundation at Strawberry Fields to learn about restoration and salmon habitat, and get to plant native trees and shrubs on the Quilceda Creek stream banks! Event page is here

Event Details

Date: March 2nd

Time: 10:00am-1:00pm

Location: Strawberry Fields Park. 6100 152nd St. NE Marysville, WA 98271

To RSVP please contact - Jasminep@streamkeeper.org 425-316-8592

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RESTORATION AT TERMINAL 105
Mar
2
10:00 AM10:00

RESTORATION AT TERMINAL 105

Join Whale Scout and Earthcorps as they help restore what used to be a parking lot along the Duwamish River, supporting important fish habitat. Activities could include planting, mulching, and weeding.

Event Details

Date: March 2nd

Time: 10:00am-1:00pm

Location: Terminal 105

Register for event here.

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