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  • Foulweather Bluff stewards celebrate spring at an annual meeting.
  • Volunteers take a break after planting native grasses on Yellow Island.
  • Students learn about migrating birds at Port Susan Bay.
  • Scenic Ebey’s Landing on a clear winter day.
  • A friendly tree frog wants to join the fun.
  • Don Knoke, plant specialist and volunteer extraordinaire, at a Swauk Creek restoration project.
  • This salmon volunteered its life for the next generation at Cedar Creek, King County.
  • The staff at Cobalt are encouraged by their employer to volunteer annually.
  • A work party at Raab’s Lagoon on Vashon Island drew volunteers from around Puget Sound.
  • Happy volunteers planting trees at Log Cabin Natural Area near Issaquah.
  • These trees were given great new homes at Log Cabin Natural Area.
  • The sun came out for this restoration project at Fisher Slough.
  • The Haggis Brothers really livened up the day at Hedlin Farms Family Festival!
  • Wait a minute. Cars made out of vegetables? What will they think of next!
  • These Ebey’s Landing stewards helped us keep an eye on the preserve in the summer months.
The Nature Conservancy in Washington
2011 Volunteering Year in Review

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