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Hi, my name is Zoë Lovell and I am the newest member of the Nisqually River Education Program! I’m a recent graduate from The Evergreen State College and I have a HUGE passion for wildlife. My education has taken me all over the Pacific Northwest studying diverse ecosystems and pressing […]

Welcome, Zoë!







Student GREEN Congress is celebrating its 25th anniversary on March 23, 2017! This annual event is hosted by the Nisqually River Education Project (NREP) and South Sound GREEN (SSG) at The Evergreen State College as a way to celebrate healthy waters and hands-on learning. Two times each year, students in […]

Tell Our Story, Pt. 6: Gearing up for 25 years ...



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The Nisqually Stream Stewards (NSS) is a free course offered by the Nisqually Indian Tribe and Nisqually River Council. Participants receive 40 hours of hands-on training and educational talks, in exchange for 40+ hours of volunteer time. These volunteers are invaluable to our work–and our story wouldn’t be complete without […]

Tell Our Story, Pt. 4: Views of a Nisqually Stream ...


The Nisqually River and its tributaries are home to 5 species of salmon: Chinook, Steelhead, coho, chum and pink salmon. Despite being one of the healthiest watersheds in western Washington, several of our salmon species are struggling. Both the Chinook and Steelhead are listed as threatened species under the Endangered […]

Tell Our Story, Pt 3: Salmon Return to Elbow Lake ...


The Nisqually Stream Stewards (NSS) is an adult environmental education program that was started over 10 years ago as a joint program of the Nisqually Indian Tribe’s Natural Resources Department and the Nisqually River Council. It was created as a way to connect community members to volunteer and citizen science […]

Tell Our Story, Pt. 2: Nisqually Stream Stewards