Admiralty Audubon Society (AAS) is a chapter of the National Audubon Society serving the communities of eastern Jefferson County, Washington, by initiating, promoting, assisting, and encouraging the understanding and appreciation of nature and the conservation of wildlife and wilderness, natural resources, and natural beauty. Volunteers participate in educational walks, bird counts, and work parties planting natives and pulling invasives. See Admiralty Audubon Society for more information.
A local subdivision of state government created to promote natural resource conservation and land and water stewardship in Clallam County. Annual winter native plant sale, outreach and education events, tree and shrub planting, taking irrigation flow measurements. Contact 360-775-3747 or email@example.com.
A county advisory committee collaborating to improve shellfish harvest areas, protect marine habitat, and support salmon and forage fish recovery to reduce impacts on marine resources. Help with forage fish, shellfish, seabirds and kelp bed monitoring; oiled wildlife training; restoration; and outreach. Contact 360-417-2322 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Manages the Wildlife Refuge near Sequim. Trailhead docents and greeters, beach clean-ups, invasive species mitigation, trail maintenance. Training once a year only, in the Spring. Contact 360-457-8451 or email@example.com.
Manages Railroad Bridge Park and the River Center on the Dungeness River in Sequim. Docents, collection care, special events, education and outreach, publicity, stewardship. Contact 360-681-4076.
The DNR Recreation Program builds and maintains recreation facilities and multi-use trails that promote safe and sustainable recreation on state trust lands. Contact 360-489-4986 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Manages the marine science center in Port Angeles. Docents, tank cleaning, education and outreach, citizen science. Contact 360-417-6254 or email@example.com.
Friends of Fort Flagler is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that works to restore, preserve, and protect the natural and historical resources of Fort Flagler State Park, as well as to provide assistance and support for the park staff. Volunteers help with natural history interpretation, trail stewardship, as well as organize environmental education events, beach and campground cleanups, scotch broom removals, and more. See the Friends of Fort Flagler volunteer page for more details and contact form.
Friends of Fort Townsend was established in 2001 as a Friends Group with Washington State Parks. Volunteer members assist in maintenance of trails and protection of the Park’s natural forest area; support special events and projects that promote use of the park and campground; and educate visitors about the plant and animal life, and the geology of the park. Contact friends.ftsp@gmail, on Facebook at Friends of Fort Townsend, or by phone 360-385-2998.
Friends of Olympic National Park promotes understanding of the Park’s ecological, educational, economic, and recreational importance and work with Olympic National Park on special projects. We co-sponsor the winter Perspectives Lecture Series, offer nature walks/tours guided by Park rangers, and coordinate volunteer opportunities to enhance our Park. See volunteer opportunities
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A federally recognized Tribe located in Blyn with programs protecting tribal treaty rights through restoration, enhancement, scientific study, and conservation and promoting traditional tribal cultural practices with traditional foods and gathering. Stream restoration, native planting/gardening. Contact 360-681-4600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A county advisory committee committed to protecting and restoring the marine and nearshore ecosystems of East Jefferson County. Community volunteers assist with forage fish surveys, Olympia oyster restoration, rain garden installations and maintenance, bull kelp monitoring and environmental education events. Contact email@example.com.
Provides oversight and assistance in every aspect of noxious weed management, and enforces the WAC 16-750 and RCW 17.10 weed laws. Volunteers help with public outreach and education, and remove invasive, highly competitive weeds from critical areas. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.