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TERRELL CREEK
Oct
20
9:00 AM09:00

TERRELL CREEK

HELP PLANT A FOREST AND RESTORE SALMON HABITAT ALONG TERRELL CREEK! 

PARKING AVAILABLE AT THE FORMER BIRCH BAY COMMUNITY CHURCH AT 7039 JACKSON ROAD.

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All ages are welcome!

Any unaccompanied volunteers under the age of 18 must bring a completed Liability Release Form to each work party.

Bring your friends, your family and your enthusiasm and we'll see you at the creek!

EQUIPMENT PROVIDED BY NSEA

We’ll bring tools, materials and gloves (we have glove sizes between XS and XL)

THINGS FOR YOU TO REMEMBER

When you arrive, check in at the blue NSEA tent. Also, for your safety and comfort, please wear: 

  • sturdy shoes to protect your toes

  • long pants that you don't mind getting dirty

  • weather appropriate clothing to stay warm and dry

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WHATCOM FALLS PARK 
Oct
27
9:00 AM09:00

WHATCOM FALLS PARK 

JOIN NSEA AND THE CITY OF BELLINGHAM AS WE CELEBRATE ARBOR DAY & MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY. IMPROVE SALMON HABITAT BY PLANTING TREES AND REMOVING ILLICIT TRAILS ALONG WHATCOM CREEK.

PARK NEAR BELLINGHAM HATCHERY 1700 SILVERBEACH ROAD

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All ages are welcome!

Any unaccompanied volunteers under the age of 18 must bring a completed Liability Release Form to each work party.

Bring your friends, your family and your enthusiasm and we'll see you at the creek!

EQUIPMENT PROVIDED BY NSEA

We’ll bring tools, materials and gloves (we have glove sizes between XS and XL)

THINGS FOR YOU TO REMEMBER

When you arrive, check in at the blue NSEA tent. Also, for your safety and comfort, please wear: 

  • sturdy shoes to protect your toes

  • long pants that you don't mind getting dirty

  • weather appropriate clothing to stay warm and dry

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SQUALICUM CREEK
Nov
3
9:00 AM09:00

SQUALICUM CREEK

PLANT NATIVE TREES AT THE PRIVATE CLARK PROPERTY ALONG SQUALICUM CREEK TO RESTORE ESSENTAIL SALMON HABITAT. 

PARK AT NSEA CAMPUS 3057 E. BAKERVIEW RD. 

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All ages are welcome!

Any unaccompanied volunteers under the age of 18 must bring a completed Liability Release Form to each work party.

Bring your friends, your family and your enthusiasm and we'll see you at the creek!

EQUIPMENT PROVIDED BY NSEA

We’ll bring tools, materials and gloves (we have glove sizes between XS and XL)

THINGS FOR YOU TO REMEMBER

When you arrive, check in at the blue NSEA tent. Also, for your safety and comfort, please wear: 

  • sturdy shoes to protect your toes

  • long pants that you don't mind getting dirty

  • weather appropriate clothing to stay warm and dry

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PUGET SOUND ORCA RECOVERY DAY ON BUTLER CREEK
Nov
10
9:00 AM09:00

PUGET SOUND ORCA RECOVERY DAY ON BUTLER CREEK

This ~20-acre piece of hidden paradise is located just northeast of Lake Terrell. The previously farmed property contains a mix of meadows, small wetlands, about 1/3 mile of Butler Creek, and an alder-dominated forest. Join Whatcom Land Trust, Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association (NSEA), and Whatcom Conservation District in improving riparian habitat by planting various trees along Butler Creek and protecting them from beavers and deer browse.

Address: 6000 North Star Road

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Directions: From Bellingham, head North on Interstate 5 and take the exit for Main Street (Exit 262). Turn right onto W Axton Road/Main Street and continue on for 4.5 miles, the road will become Mountain View Road. Turn right onto North Star Road, and there will be field parking half a mile further on the right hand side. NSEA will then shuttle you to the site.

All ages are welcome!

Any unaccompanied volunteers under the age of 18 must bring a completed Liability Release Form to each work party.

Bring your friends, your family and your enthusiasm and we'll see you at the creek!

EQUIPMENT PROVIDED BY NSEA

We’ll bring tools, materials and gloves (we have glove sizes between XS and XL)

THINGS FOR YOU TO REMEMBER

When you arrive, check in at the blue NSEA tent. Also, for your safety and comfort, please wear: 

  • sturdy shoes to protect your toes

  • long pants that you don't mind getting dirty

  • weather appropriate clothing to stay warm and dry

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WILLOW SPRING
Nov
17
9:00 AM09:00

WILLOW SPRING

REMOVE INVASIVE VEGETATION WITH NSEA AND THE CITY OF BELLINGHAM  PARKS AND RECREATION ALONG WILLOW SPRING, A TRIBUTARY OF SQUALICUM CREEK. 

PARK AT LITTLE SQUALICUM PARK 1001 SQUALICUM WAY.

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All ages are welcome!

Any unaccompanied volunteers under the age of 18 must bring a completed Liability Release Form to each work party.

Bring your friends, your family and your enthusiasm and we'll see you at the creek!

EQUIPMENT PROVIDED BY NSEA

We’ll bring tools, materials and gloves (we have glove sizes between XS and XL)

THINGS FOR YOU TO REMEMBER

When you arrive, check in at the blue NSEA tent. Also, for your safety and comfort, please wear: 

  • sturdy shoes to protect your toes

  • long pants that you don't mind getting dirty

  • weather appropriate clothing to stay warm and dry

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PLANTING PARTY - RIVERSTEAD
Dec
1
9:00 AM09:00

PLANTING PARTY - RIVERSTEAD

Jump in for a joint planting party with the Nooksack Salmon Enhancment Association and Whatcom Land Trust at Riverstead! We will be planting native trees and shrubs to improve the riparian zone to grow large trees that can one day interact with the river. Learn the story of this unique property and the growing South Fork habitat corridor, as well as about our amazing partnerships that help us with our restoration work here in Whatcom County.

Address: 5200 Turkington Rd.

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Directions: Take Mt. Baker Hwy (SR 542) east past Deming. Turn right (south) on SR 9 to Acme. Park at Acme Elementary School on Turkington Road, NSEA will provide a shuttle to the site.

All ages are welcome!

Any unaccompanied volunteers under the age of 18 must bring a completed Liability Release Form to each work party.

Bring your friends, your family and your enthusiasm and we'll see you at the creek!

EQUIPMENT PROVIDED BY NSEA

We’ll bring tools, materials and gloves (we have glove sizes between XS and XL)

THINGS FOR YOU TO REMEMBER

When you arrive, check in at the blue NSEA tent. Also, for your safety and comfort, please wear: 

  • sturdy shoes to protect your toes

  • long pants that you don't mind getting dirty

  • weather appropriate clothing to stay warm and dry

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SQUALICUM CREEK
Dec
8
9:00 AM09:00

SQUALICUM CREEK

RESTORE THE PRIVATE ROYBAL PROPERTY ALONG SQUALICUM CREEK BY PLANTING AND MULCHING NATIVE TREES AND SHRUBS.

PARKING AT THE NSEA CAMPUS 3057 E. BAKERVIEW RD. 

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All ages are welcome!

Any unaccompanied volunteers under the age of 18 must bring a completed Liability Release Form to each work party.

Bring your friends, your family and your enthusiasm and we'll see you at the creek!

EQUIPMENT PROVIDED BY NSEA

We’ll bring tools, materials and gloves (we have glove sizes between XS and XL)

THINGS FOR YOU TO REMEMBER

When you arrive, check in at the blue NSEA tent. Also, for your safety and comfort, please wear: 

  • sturdy shoes to protect your toes

  • long pants that you don't mind getting dirty

  • weather appropriate clothing to stay warm and dry

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WHATCOM CREEK
Oct
13
9:00 AM09:00

WHATCOM CREEK

JOIN NSEA AND THE CITY OF BELLINGHAM PARKS AND RECREATION AS WE REMOVE INVASIVE VEGETATION TO IMPROVE SALMON HABITAT ALONG WHATCOM CREEK. 

PARK NEAR MARITIME HERITAGE PARK IN THE LOT AT THE NORTH END OF C STREET BY THE PARK.

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All ages are welcome!

Any unaccompanied volunteers under the age of 18 must bring a completed Liability Release Form to each work party.

Bring your friends, your family and your enthusiasm and we'll see you at the creek!

EQUIPMENT PROVIDED BY NSEA

We’ll bring tools, materials and gloves (we have glove sizes between XS and XL)

THINGS FOR YOU TO REMEMBER

When you arrive, check in at the blue NSEA tent. Also, for your safety and comfort, please wear: 

  • sturdy shoes to protect your toes

  • long pants that you don't mind getting dirty

  • weather appropriate clothing to stay warm and dry

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