Events

Upcoming Events

Stewardship Work Party: Duckabush Riparian Forest

Buried trash – oh no! The stewardship crew needs a hand. Come help us during this last push to clean up the slopes above the Duckabush River.

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Salmon Viewing with Savannah at the Duckabush River

Have you been waiting for the salmon to return? Or, perhaps you’ve always wanted to see these amazing fish in person but didn’t know where to start? Come on down to the Duckabush Oxbow and Wetlands Preserve where Community Conservation Intern, Savannah, will be on site, ready to answer any of your salmon- or preserve-centric […]

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Salmon Viewing Saturday on the Duckabush River

If you want to see the salmon in action and would like some guidance while doing it, our summer intern, Savannah, will be onsite at the Duckabush Oxbow and Wetlands Preserve ready to answer any of questions about salmon or the Preserve in general. When: Saturday, September 29 from 10am – 4pm. Where: From Highway 101 in […]

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Volcanic Hazards Presentation

Join the Geology Group for an illustrated presentation by Dr. John Pallister who will lecture on Volcanic Hazards.

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Stewardship Work Party: Lower Chimacum Creek North Preserve

Calling all volunteers! Come out to a stewardship work party to help pull weeds from the forests above Chimacum Creek.

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Our Forests, Our Future: How You Can Help Create a Resilient Northwest

Join the Community for a Working Forest Forum Discussion! Forests provide tremendous benefits for people and nature. From critical habitat for wildlife, to clean air and water, to livelihoods, they help us achieve a healthy balance in meeting our environmental, social, and economic needs. But they’re also being threatened by climate change and human activity. […]

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Wildlife Track and Sign Workshop

Our partners at CedarRoot Folk School are hosting this year’s Wildlife Track and Sign Workshop! Spend two full days in the field with professional wildlife tracker, naturalist, and educator David Moskowitz. David has an approach that is highly interactive, with “test” questions starting in the first moment of class— he actively engages participants in identification […]

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Certified Interpretive Guide Training

Learn how to teach others about the natural wonders around you. Whether you want to lead guided walks for Jefferson Land Trust, pursue a career as an interpretive guide, or just share your love of nature or cultural resources with your family and friends, this 32-hour Certified Interpretive Guide Training will teach you skills to engage and inspire others in fun and meaningful ways.

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