Our work at the Native Plant Salvage Foundation and WSU Extension Water Resources Program just wouldn't be possible without the support of community members like you. This was our chance to say "Thank You!" with a festive reunion for all our volunteers and supporters, old and new.

Join us to celebrate 25 years of water resources and habitat education and conservation in and around Thurston County!

Tuesday, June 11th, 5-8pm

Priest Point Park - Samarkand Rose Garden, Olympia

Please RSVP below:

Name *
Arrival time *
To ensure the best learning experience for all we need a head count for those who would like to attend a Native Plant ID Walk. Please select the option below that you think best suits your plans.
We all love pasta salad, but we don't need 20! Please select what you intend to bring and share.

We will elect a slate of talented and energetic folks to our volunteer board of directors, and recognize our wonderful volunteers and community partners. 

If you are interested in joining the NPSF Board, follow this link to learn more!

  • Two Native Plant ID Walks beginning at 5:15pm and 5:30pm.

  • Potluck* dinner at 6pm in the Rose Garden Shelter.

  • All-you-can-eat ice cream/sorbet buffet from Olympic Mountain Ice Cream.

  • 7pm board member recognition and induction, plus volunteer celebration highlights.

*Please bring an ingredients label for your dish!

In our efforts to reduce waste we will not have single-use plates or utensils. Please bring your own place setting (we can provide for you if you forget).

We hope you can join us in our annual celebration of the amazing folks who make our Bleeding Hearts bloom and all our projects soar above the canopy!