Want to spend a morning in a beautiful place, getting exercise with nature-loving friends? Join us at Darlin Creek Preserve on July 6 for a yellow archangel eradication party! Native to Europe, it was introduced as a garden ornamental and groundcover and unfortunately it takes over rapidly.
Darlin Creek Preserve is a 312-acre preserve near Delphi Valley that contains a mix of forest types, wetland systems, and a variety of wildlife. The Preserve contains more than 2 miles of fish-bearing tributaries to the Black River: Darlin, Dempsey, and Pants Creeks. Our morning will include taking a break to walk the trails and enjoy the preserve together.
Thursday, July 6
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Darlin Creek Preserve, Olympia
Volunteers must fill out an annual Volunteer Waiver (2023) before volunteering with CLT. Minors must be accompanied by an adult or have both pages of the Minor Waiver Release (2023) Form filled out ahead of time. You may print and fill out your waiver ahead of time and bring it to the event. Blank waivers will also be available to sign at the event. Please review our COVID protocol beforehand to ensure everyone’s safety.
Questions or concerns? Email Melissa at Melissa@capitollandtrust.org.
After your registration, you will be signed up to receive an “event details” email two days prior to the event date. This will give you detailed driving instructions, a weather forecast, and inform you of things you may need to bring to the stewardship party. Hope to see you there.