Event Series Salmon Sighting

Salmon Sighting

Thompson Creek Bridge

We invite you to marvel at pink salmon as they make their biannual migration. Staff will be available with games, prizes, and answers to all of your questions! Dates: Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from August 25 through September 17 Where: Thompson Creek Bridge. From Bellingham take HWY 542 east through the town of Glacier and… Continue Reading Salmon Sighting

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Event Series NSEA Work Party

NSEA Work Party

Restore salmon habitat by tackling nasty scotch broom at this beautiful tributary site right off the North Fork of the Nooksack River with us and the Whatcom Land Trust! Registration is required due to limited parking and tools. Directions to parking: from Bellingham, take Mt. Baker Highway east to Maple Falls. Once through Maples Falls,… Continue Reading NSEA Work Party

Free
Event Series NSEA Work Party

NSEA Work Party

Help restore salmon habitat by clearing out invasive vegetation from the scenic South Fork of the Nooksack River with us and the Whatcom Land Trust! Registration is required due to limited parking and tools. Directions to parking: from Bellingham, take Mt. Baker Highway east to the HWY 9 roundabout, take HWY 9 until you reach… Continue Reading NSEA Work Party

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NSEA Middle Fork Nooksack Work Party w/WLT

mount baker senior high school 4936 Deming Rd., Deming, WA, United States

Improve freshwater habitat for all five species of pacific salmon with NSEA and the Whatcom Land Trust!

Free

NSEA North Fork Nooksack Work Party

mount baker senior high school 4936 Deming Rd., Deming, WA, United States

Grab a friend and join us as we remove invasive Himalayan Blackberry to enhance the riparian habitat of the salmon-bearing Nooksack River.

Free

NSEA Terrell Creek Work Party

7039 Jackson Rd 7039 Jackson Rd, Blaine, Blaine, WA, United States

Plant native plants and remove invasives from this vast restoration site along Terrell Creek!

Free

NSEA Dakota Creek Tributary Work Party

9223 Stadsvold 9223 Stadsvold Rd, Blaine, WA, United States

Continue decades of restoration work along Dakota Creek as we work to restore habitat for Coho, Chum, and Chinook salmon within the Drayton Harbor watershed! Parking for this event is along Stadsvold Rd in Blaine. You can input the site address and then find street parking nearby - 9223 Stadsvold Rd, Blaine, WA 98230.

Free