Join NSEA and the Whatcom Conservation District as we continue restoration along Terrell Creek for chum, coho, and winter steelhead.
All ages and abilities are welcome. Parking is available in the lot at 7039 Jackson Rd, Blaine – look for the blue NSEA tent! Masks are required and this event requires a short shuttle ride from the parking area to the restoration site. Additional information and reminders will be emailed to registered participants.
NSEA will provide all necessary tools, gloves, and instructions for every work party as well as restrooms and light refreshments. Since we will be planting, layers and water-resistant clothing and shoes is recommended. Anyone under 18 years old must bring a Youth Liability Waiver completed and signed by a parent or guardian. An adult must also accompany any volunteer under 14 years old.
Registration is not required, but if you want to skip the line and make checking in easier then every volunteer should login to their VolunteerHub account and sign up separately for the work party. Children can be included in your group size when you sign up. If you have a large group (around 5-10) that wants to attend, we can more easily accommodate you with prior notice – please contact Sarah Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360-715-0283. Please reach out if you have any questions!
Go to https://www.n-sea.org/stream-stewards to register or view our full work party schedule.