Sheila


Spying on Squirrels!  Have you seen a squirrel yet today?  Chances are, if you’re in the South Puget Sound region, you have!  If you haven’t, it may just take a couple of minutes looking out your closest window. They’re everywhere! And they are incredibly fun and entertaining, as you can […]

Stay At Home Activity – Spying on Squirrels!


It’s that time of year again when a new group of good people step forward to participate in a truly unique program that we offer every summer – the Nisqually Stream Stewards course!  This unique and popular course lasts about 2 months and covers the Nisqually Watershed from top to […]

2016 Nisqually Stream Stewards Starting Soon!





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





Our 22nd  Annual Student GREEN Congress at The Evergreen State College on March 21st, 2014 was a wonderful success!  430 students shared their water quality data and enjoyed some fantastic afternoon workshops – including identifying local marine mammals, constructing bird houses, learning about aquatic insect and much more!  Check out […]

22nd Annual Student GREEN Congress- A Success!


With 10 of our 14 field trips completed for the season, all of us at Nisqually River Education Project can honestly say the salmon tossing is good, stinky fun ! What makes our field trips special is the fact that students get to take action on the river they’ve been […]

Salmon Carcass Tossing 2014