Help Wildlife & Become A Habitat Steward!
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO BECOME A HABITAT STEWARD!
National Wildlife Federation and Tahoma Audubon Society are offering a specialized 24-hour training to teach you how to help others create and restore wildlife habitat in backyards, schoolyards, and other private and public areas. This program is engaging, fun and highly informative and you can learn more about joining the Pierce County Community Wildlife Habitat Team!
Benefits include: an NWF volunteer t-shirt, 24 hours of hands-on training, engaging field trips, a comprehensive training manual with local resources, instruction from local professionals, and continued support from NWF and Tahoma Audubon Society staff.
Expert speakers may present on topics (TBD) such as:
Sustainable Gardening Practices
Gardening for Wildlife
And much more!
Classes will be held Wednesdays in October (10/18, 10/25) & November (11/8), with one Thursday class as well (11/2) from 6:00-9:00pm at the Adriana Hess Audubon Center (2917 Morrison Rd. W). Field trip sessions will be held on two Saturdays (October 28th and November 4th), plan on a full day!
*Scholarships are available! No one will be turned down to lack of funds. Email WAEducation@nwf.org for more information.
**A 30-hour volunteer commitment within a year after the training is required. We will provide coffee, tea, and snacks at each training session and you are welcome to bring a brown bag dinner.
If you would prefer to pay using a check, please email WAEducation@nwf.org to register! See you in October!
Adriana Hess Audubon Center (View)
2917 Morrison Road W.
University Place, WA 98466
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|