Daily Archives: March 22, 2016

 Continuing 24 years of impactful partnership, the Nisqually River Education Project and South Sound GREEN hosted the Annual Student GREEN Congress, bringing 399 student delegates together to share their water quality studies results and participate in community inspired workshops. Classes that participated in our Water Quality monitoring trips take this […]

24th Annual Student Green Congress

This week’s blog post features a 2015 Nisqually Stream Steward graduate, Warren Bergh, who has in just 6 months completed the 40-hours of Community Service we request from participants! Warren has participated in: Eatonville Salmon Fest, NatureMapping with our partners from Northwest Trek at Powell Creek, Tree planting/habitat restoration at Ohop Creek with […]

Featured Nisqually Stream Steward: Warren Bergh