Spring into Action to Give Nature a Hand

Author: Whidbey Camano Land Trust | 02/18/20
       

MLK Day of Service

Mom and daughter work together to plant young trees during the 25th Martin Luther King Day of Service at Trillium Community Forest on January 20.

Land Trust offering 3 Saturday work parties this spring

Springtime kicks off the season to get outdoors and give nature a helping hand at some really cool Land Trust protected properties. This year, we’re adding Saturday work parties so more people can experience the joy that comes from making our community and special part of the earth even better.

The first Saturday work party will be March 21 at Strawberry Point Preserve on North Whidbey, followed on April 11 at Possession Sound Preserve, located south of Clinton.  And, on May 16, we’ll be at Saratoga Woods County Preserve near Langley. All three work parties are scheduled from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

“Saturday work parties mean that  people who work, go to school, or just can’t make weekday outings, can still  join the fun,” said Taylor Schmuki, the Land Trust’s stewardship assistant. “We’re hoping families with kids will come out to not only make a difference but also to connect with nature.”

The Land Trust’s 2020 work party schedule started with a big success. Seventeen volunteers of all ages came out to plant 120 young, native conifers at Trillium Community Forest to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Martin Luther King National Day of Service.

So, come on out with friends and family to keep the momentum going. Volunteers at the three work parties will get a chance to remove invasive weeds choking out our native wildlife habitat, rid the areas of litter, and improve public trails.

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