Earth Day brings volunteers to the Ohop Valley - April 14, 2014
OLYMPIA – Cris Peck, a Washington Service Corps member serving his second term with the Nisqually Land Trust, will lead an Earth Day project to maintain one of the trust’s largest restoration sites in South Puget Sound.
The Washington Service Corps is administered by the state Employment Security Department and funded by the federal AmeriCorps program.
What: Volunteers will remove invasive Himalayan and Evergreen blackberry bushes from a replanted site in the Ohop Valley near Eatonville.
Who: Cris Peck, who organizes work parties on land owned and managed by the Nisqually Land Trust in the Nisqually River watershed, 513-520-4533
When: 9 a.m.-noon, April 23
Where: Peterson Rd. East in Eatonville, directly off Highway 7. Map. Look for Nisqually Land Trust signs to guide you to parking and the restoration site.