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Whatcom Creek
Jun
4
9:00 am09:00

Whatcom Creek

Help Bellingham Parks and NSEA remove invasive plants and mulch to improve salmon habitat at Maritime Heritage Park. 

Important: Unaccompanied minors under the age of 18 must bring a complete liability form to the work party. (Download the form)

Directions: Meet at the north end of C St. near the BTC Fisheries campus; access from Holly St. (Map)

Terrell Creek Earth Day Work Party and Restoration Site Tour
Apr
23
9:00 am09:00

Terrell Creek Earth Day Work Party and Restoration Site Tour

Celebrate Earth Day with NSEA! Continue work on Terrell Creel, this scenic restoration site, planting native trees and shrubs along its banks.. Enjoy a FREE NSEA Earth Day T-shirt for helping salmon (limited supply)!

Important: Unaccompanied minors under the age of 18 must bring a complete liability form to the work party. (Download the form)

Restoration Site Tour: Also, immediately after the work party, between 12pm and 2pm, the Whatcom Conservation District has arranged self-guided tours of really cool restoration sites that have taken place on private land in and around the Terrell Creek watershed. More details on the Whatcom Conservation District website

Directions: From Bellingham, head north on I-5 until exit #266/Grandview. Go west for about 7 miles; take a right at the stop sign onto Jackson Rd. Parking and shuttles are available at the former Birch Bay Bible Church, look for NSEA signs. (Map

 

NSEA Potting Party
Apr
16
9:00 am09:00

NSEA Potting Party

Join in for NSEA’s annual native plant potting party! See NSEA’s new property, use the new Open Air Potting Shed being built right now and help prepare and organize native trees and shrubs for future salmon restoration projects!

Directions: NSEA’s nursery is located at 3057 E Bakerview Rd in Bellingham, look for the blue NSEA tents. (Map)

 

Black Slough Work Party
Apr
9
9:00 am09:00

Black Slough Work Party

Come out and join with the community to improve salmon habitat along Black Slough north of Acme. 

Directions: From Bellingham, head east on Mt. Baker HWY (SR 542) for about 15 miles. Turn right onto HWY 9, just outside of Deming, and follow for about 7 miles. Turn right onto Turkington Rd. Parking and shuttles are located at the Acme Elementary school.  (Map

Lower Landingstrip Creek Work Party
Apr
2
9:00 am09:00

Lower Landingstrip Creek Work Party

Help NSEA and the Whatcom Land Trust continue improving salmon habitat along Landingstrip Creek. 

Directions: From Bellingham, head east on Mt. Baker HWY (SR 542) for about 15 miles. Turn right onto HWY 9, just outside of Deming, and follow for about 7 miles. Turn right onto Turkington Rd. Parking and shuttles are located at the Acme Elementary school. (Map)

Fishtrap Creek Work Party
Mar
26
9:00 am09:00

Fishtrap Creek Work Party

Help NSEA restore Fishtrap Creek in Lynden to improve salmon habitat by removing invasive plants and planting native trees and shrubs! 

Directions: From Bellingham follow Guide Meridian Rd/539 north about 9 miles and turn right onto Ten Mile Rd. Turn left onto to Hannegan Rd. and follow for 7 miles until turning right onto Grover St. Grover St will turn left and become Vinup Rd. Lynden High School will be the next right. Park at the school and head to the blue NSEA tent to catch a shuttle to the site. (Map)

Upper Landingstrip Creek Work Party
Mar
19
9:00 am09:00

Upper Landingstrip Creek Work Party

Join NSEA and the Whatcom Land Trust to plant native trees and shrubs along Landingstrip Creek near Acme WA. 

Directions: From Bellingham, head east on Mt. Baker HWY (SR 542) for about 15 miles. Turn right onto HWY 9, just outside of Deming, and follow for about 7 miles. Turn right onto Turkington Rd. Parking and shuttles are located at Acme Elementary School. (Map)

Squalicum Creek Work Party
Mar
12
9:00 am09:00

Squalicum Creek Work Party

  • Squalicum Park, 1001 Squalicum Way Bellingham, WA

Join in for the first work party of spring to remove invasive vegetation and plant native trees and shrubs on a lower section of Squalicum Creek!

Directions: Parking available at Squalicum Park, 1001 Squalicum Way off the Squalicum Parkway. Look for signs and the blue NSEA tent. (Map)