The first Ohop Valley tree planting trips are starting this week through the Nisqually Land Trust, Nisqually Indian Tribe and Nisqually River Education Project! Over the course of the next few weeks, thousands of native trees and shrubs will be planted along the new Ohop creek bed.
The trees will help purify water, provide shade, create habitat and make the valley a more beautiful place. By helping us plant these trees, you can also be a part of the Ohop Valley Restoration Project.
To get involved, please contact the Nisqually Land Trust (360.489.3400) or the Nisqually River Foundation (360.438.8715). You’ll need to bring rain gear and a smile!