Dungeness Native Tree Planting with Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe: Postponed until January 28th!

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On January 28th, the North Olympic Salmon Coalition along with the Jameston S’Klallam Tribe will be planting 1,940 native trees and shrubs on the Dungeness River, at a site owned by the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe since 2015. The site lacks vegetation and is in need of reforestation to improve water quality on the Dungeness River. This is one of the most crucial steps toward creating healthy habitat for the fish and wildlife that frequent this area.

We chose these dates because Monday, January 16th is the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. This is your chance to give a few hours of your time to improve the health of the Dungeness watershed and to serve your community alongside your wonderful neighbors.

January 28th, 10am – 2pm

Click here to RSVP. Location and parking information will be e-mailed when you RSVP.

Contact Olivia at outreach@nosc.org with any questions.

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4 Responses

  1. joel kawahara says:

    sign me up Olivia.


    I would like to volunteer


    I would like to volunteer on the 28th

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