Foundation News




Welcome to our Washington Service Corps member, Brandon Bywater! Brandon comes to us from the Chicago area, and has already led Nearshore field trips, trained volunteers, and taught water quality monitoring lessons with over 20 classes around the watershed. I am an Environmental Educator working with the Nisqually River Education […]

Meet Brandon!



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We are excited to be welcoming some new staff this month. Today, meet Emily McCartan, our new Nisqually River Council Program Coordinator, and stay tuned for more introductions this week! Hello Nisqually! Over the last ten years, I’ve worked in education outreach and public policy with a wide variety of […]

Welcome, Emily!



The Nisqually River Council, in partnership with the National Park Service’s Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program (RTCA), is leading a community-based effort to establish the Nisqually River Water Trail. We need your help! Design and submit your original idea for a chance for your art to become the official […]

Nisqually River Water Trail holds logo contest




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!


Welcome our new intern, Minah! Minah is completing her Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Analysis and Spanish at Pomona College in Claremont, California. Her academic focus leans towards environmental justice and politics. Minah is excited to gain experience in environmental education and community outreach through the NREP. She is especially […]

Meet Minah!