Darlin Creek Preserve Stewardship Projects
The Darlin Creek Preserve was conserved by the Capitol Land Trust (CLT) in the summer of 2016. The preserve is gorgeous, protecting 300 acres of pristine habitat, and 100 acres of wetlands, lakes, and salmon bearing streams. We started work on this site on Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service in 2017, and have continuing stewardship and planting activities with CLT through the end of 2018!
As this is the beginning of our volunteer season, even reoccurring troops must fill out a form. One waiver per person, per year.
To learn more about this site, visit Capitol Land Trust's info page.
Darlin Creek Revegetation Registration
Thanks to all the amazing volunteers who make this happen
Carting in barrows full of mulch from a mile up the road
Volunteers flashing smiles between each snowberry planting
The rain missed us the day of the footbridge planting
Our weather for MLK Day of Service 2018 was perfect
Our ambitious volunteers cleared more Scot's broom than we could ever have expected!
Feelings of enmity for weeds cross generational divides