Work party set for Siebert Creek

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Join North Olympic Land Trust and the Peninsula Trails Coalition on Monday, Jan. 20, in celebration of the Martin Luther King Day of Service. The event celebrates the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and King’s “I Have a Dream” speech.


North Olympic Land Trust and Peninsula Trails Coalition have joined forces for this volunteer work party that takes place on Siebert Creek, a vital watershed in eastern Clallam County. Volunteers aim to improve the health of the watershed by pulling scotch broom, a non-native invasive plant, along the creek.

Volunteers also will assist with trail maintenance and beautification on the Olympic Discovery Trail and the adjacent Siebert Creek Conservation Area.


The two-hour work party begins at 1 p.m. Volunteers should bring work gloves and sturdy shoes. The meeting place is the Wild Current Way parking lot.


RSVPs are appreciated but not necessary. For more information, call Lorrie Mittmann, stewardship director at North Olympic Land Trust, at 417-1815, x7.
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