New webpage highlights volunteer opportunities for environment

WSU Extension has launched a new “one-stop shopping” webpage that connects volunteers with Olympic Peninsula environmental organizations, with 18 organizations currently listed.

View the new page at tiny url.com/olypenvolunteer or visit either Clallam (extension.wsu.edu/clallam) or Jefferson County Extension (extension.wsu.edu/jefferson) websites.

“We hope this webpage will make it easy for people to volunteer for the environment,” said Bob Simmons, Olympic Region Water Resources Specialist.

“There are so many ways to get involved and there’s something for everyone. Whether you have just a few hours or are looking for a regular activity, there are plenty of choices,” Simmons said.

The webpage is hosted by WSU Extension in Jefferson and Clallam Counties to promote environmental volunteerism on the North Olympic Peninsula. Organizations with an environmental education or stewardship mission are included.

Organizations that have an environmental education or stewardship mission and would like to be included are asked to email Laurel at laurel.moulton@wsu.edu.

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