Earth Day 2017


Celebrate and care for our beautiful planet by getting your hands dirty! Join our AmeriCorps members in one (or all!) of the following restoration projects in April:

Clallam County – Grays Harbor County – Pacific County

  • Washington Coast Savers
  • April 29
  • Beach cleanup parties at over 50 various coastal locations
  • Learn more and register here.


Clark County

  • City of Vancouver
    • April 22, 9am – 12:30pm
    • LeRoy Haagen Park, Vancouver
    • Teams will compete to see who can pull the largest amount invasive plants, remove the most trash and spread the most mulch. Prizes will be awarded!
    • Tools and lunch provided.
    • Learn more and RSVP here.


Mason County

  • Mason Conservation District
    • April 23, 9am – 2pm
    • Shelton Creek at 224 North Front Street, Shelton
    • Planting native species, removing invasive weeds.
    • Tools and training provided.
    • Learn more and RSVP here.


Skagit County

  • Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Association
    • April 22, 10am – 2pm
    • Howard Miller Steelhead Park, Rockport
    • Educational and service oriented activities that include removing plant protectors, a demonstration of juvenile fish surveys, archaeological presentations, and more.
    • Gloves and tools provided.
    • Learn more and register here.


Thurston County

  • Capitol Land Trust
    • April 21, 10am – 2pm
    • Shermer-Deschutes Preserve (south of Olympia)
    • Removing scotchbroom, general clean-up.
    • Tools, gloves, warm drinks, and light snacks provided.
    • Learn more and RSVP here.
  • Thurston Conservation District
    • April 29, 9am – 12pm
    • McLane Creek, Olympia
    • Creekside restoration work.
    • Tools, gloves and refreshments provided.
    • Learn more and RSVP here.
  • US Fish & Wildlife & Nisqually Land Trust
    • April 29 9am – 12pm
    • Red Salmon Creek, Dupont (part of Billy Frank Jr Nisqually NWR)
    • Tools and snacks provided.
    • Register here.


Whatcom County

  • RE Sources for Sustainable Communities
    • April 22 10am – 1pm
    • Locust Beach, Bellingham
    • Beach cleanup.
    • Light snacks and equipment provided. Volunteers should be their own gloves and 5-gallon bucket.
    • No registration required.


More events to come in May – stay tuned!