Saturday, November 10, 2018
Puget Sound Orca Recovery Day is your opportunity to join with your local Conservation District and work to recover our critically endangered Orca whales. Click below to find more information on your local event.
Clallam Conservation District | Whatcom Conservation District | Mason Conservation District | Thurston Conservation District | King Conservation District | Skagit Conservation District | Whidbey Conservation District | Snohomish Conservation District | Pierce Conservation District | San Juan Islands Conservation District
Actions You Can Take
Puget Sound’s Southern Resident Killer Whales (SRKW) are critically endangered. Puget Sound Conservation Districts work every day to make conditions better for local orcas and are now presenting a region wide event to give everyone the opportunity to join in this work. Join your local Conservation District on Saturday November 10, 2018 and help recover this iconic species.
Saving the Southern Residents
Turning the Tide for the West Coast’s Beloved Killer Whales
Come out and help install native plants, spread mulch, and pull invasive weeds at a Low Impact Development Demonstration site that helps mitigate stormwater pollution.
Email Joe.Holtrop@clallamcd.org for more details.
Join Whatcom Land Trust, Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association, and Whatcom CD in restoring valuable salmon habitat along Butler Creek by planting a variety of trees.
Email ASweeney@whatcomcd.org for more details.
Join Mason CD and Capitol Land Trust in a volunteer planting event at Bayshore Preserve, a 74-acre property that provides important habitat for several species of salmon, marine mammals, and a multitude of waterfowl and bird species.
Email JenTW@masoncd.org for more details.
Help Thurston CD and Capital Land Trust restore a vital pocket estuary by removing invasive blackberry and installing native plants at the future home of the Inspiring Kids Preserve at Harmony Farms.
Email NWhite@thurstoncd.org for more details.
Along with partners at Vashon Land Trust, volunteers will help restore Judd Creek, one of Vashon’s two major salmon-bearing creeks, by controlling invasive weeds and planting native trees and shrubs.
Email ShorelinesIP@kingcd.org for more details.
Volunteers will help plant 150 coniferous trees along Trumpeter Creek to help restore important salmon habitat.
Email Bill@skagitcd.org for more details.
Come join a three-part event focused on reducing stormwater pollution including: a native plant sale workshop, a hands-on rain garden demonstration, and an Open House to discuss ideas of how landowners can contribute to ecosystem recovery.
Email Kelsi@Whidbeycd.org for more details.
Take part in a stream side planting event along Woods Creek, a priority salmon stream that is both too polluted and too warm for salmon to thrive.
Email CMoscoso@SnohomishCD.org for more info.
Join us at Tacoma Narrows Park for a marine shoreline restoration planting event, to help reduce erosion and create better habitat for the entire food chain.
Email CamilaM@piercecd.org for more details.
Join us on San Juan Island, the Southern Resident Killer Whale summer stomping grounds for several concurrent hands-on projects, educational activities, and speaker series.