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Remember, please do not contact Task Force staff regarding these opportunities. Instead, please refer to the contact information provided with each specific activity
PEOPLE FOR PUGET SOUND SEEKS A VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR TO JOIN ITS TEAM
This is your chance to make a substantial and positive impact on the health of Puget Sound! The Volunteer Coordinator works in a collaborative environment with freedom to develop and manage a dynamic, regional volunteer program. The strategic objectives of our volunteer program are to:
• Recruit, reward and retain high quality volunteers and interns to help accomplish program goals and advance People For Puget Sound’s reach.
• Provide volunteers and interns with a meaningful and educational experience and develop their connection to our mission.Ann Butler
Community Education Director
People For Puget Sound
tele 360.754.9177, ext 160
Natural Resources Field Day
Hello friends and colleagues,
Please share this event widely with your networks!
What: Summer Forest and Wildlife Fun Day!
When: July 27th from 4-8pm
Where: McCollum Park, 600 128th Street SE Everett, WA 98208
Cost: Free; Dinner will be included
Who: Families with youth of all ages
Please RSVP to help secure free food! RSVP with Tamara Neuffer at 425-357-6017 or at email@example.com.
Discover Nature’s Hidden Worlds through exploring “Life in a Log”; art inspired by nature and the Puget Sound; Forest Measurements; Bones and Birds; GPS and Native Plants with much more.
Tour of Carnation Area Restoration Projects
• When: Wednesday, July 20 • 5:00-7:00 pmPlease join the Snoqualmie Watershed Forum for a field trip showcasing two habitat restoration projects on the Tolt and Snoqualmie Rivers near Carnation. Site visits include:
• Lower Tolt River Floodplain Reconnection Project (completed in 2009)
• Chinook Bend Floodplain Enhancement Project (in final phase of construction)
Space is limited and reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis. Please contact Maureen Dahlstrom to reserve a space. The tour will meet at the Vincent Schoolhouse at 5:00 pm. Transportation will be provided. The regularly scheduled Snoqualmie Watershed Forum meeting (open to the public) will immediately follow the tour, beginning at 7:00 pm at the Vincent Schoolhouse
Volunteer Opportunities with Stewardship Partners
Summer is almost upon us, so it’s time to get outside and enjoy the sunshine! Stewardship Partners
, in conjunction with a number of other local organizations and farms, is hosting volunteer events this summer as part of their Snoqualmie Stewardship program. They will be maintaining a number of different restoration sites throughout the Snoqualmie Valley, including removing invasive plants, maintaining plantings, and more.• Proposed dates: July 16, July 23, August 20
• RSVP contact: Alex Ko at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-292-9875.
Come out and join in the fun! Final details about events will be sent after you RSVP, and all sites are located in the Snoqualmie Valley.