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
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