Yearly Archives: 2013


Washington Conservation Corps (WCC) has arrived at the Nisqually River Foundation! WCC, a part of Americorps, offers one year Individual Placement positions to help outside organizations complete projects. This year, NRF was accepted into the Individual Placement program and is hosting two of these service members to be a part […]

Meet our new Americorps Volunteers!


If you live in the Nisqually Watershed you will soon be receiving a copy of the Nisqually Good Neighbor Handbook. The Handbook is the result of a collaboration between the Nisqually River Council, the Nisqually Land Trust, and Stewardship Partners. It contains all sorts of useful information about living, working, […]

The Nisqually Good Neighbor Handbook is Coming!


EATONVILLE – The Nisqually Stream Stewards will be holding the first salmon carcass tossing of the season on Saturday, December 14 in Eatonville. Volunteers are needed for this fun and valuable event. While carcass tossing may be fun, it also provides an important food source for juvenile salmon and other species throughout the watershed. […]

First Chance to Fling Salmon Carcasses!



Learn How to Identify and Count Adult Salmon While Joining in the Exciting Experience of Watching Salmon Spawn! The Nisqually Stream Stewards Program is looking for volunteers to help monitor streams within the Nisqually River watershed during salmon spawning season. Volunteers will be trained to identify salmon species so they […]

Volunteers Wanted for the Nisqually Salmon Watcher Program!


With 35+ teachers and water quality monitoring sites, Nisqually River Education Project is off to another exciting start to the school year! In order to better serve our dedicated teachers, we have added additional dates and locations for our Fall Networking Teachers Meeting and Water Quality Monitoring Trainings for teachers […]

NREP 2013-2014 School Year Is Taking Off!




  From the mountains to the sea, the Nisqually Watershed covers a vast amount of land filled with breathtaking views of the river and its tributaries, snow-capped peaks, diverse wildlife, and old growth forests. It’s because of these forests that settlers from far and wide journeyed to Nisqually, and for […]

The Nisqually Community Forest Project