Native plant society seeks stewards

April 11, 2009

By Staff

NEW — 6 p.m. April 11, 2009

The Washington Native Plant Society is seeking applications for the Native Plant Stewardship Program in East King County. Participating cities in King County include Issaquah, Sammamish, Bellevue and Kirkland.

The 10-week training is Fridays from April 24 through June 26 in Bellevue. This training is taught by top professionals regarding various topics, such as native plants, habitat restoration and Northwest ecology.

In exchange for this free training, stewards will commit to 100 hours of volunteer service implementing the skills learned in these classes. Each native plant steward team will be formed to work on designated habitat restoration projects in one of the partner communities.

Learn more and download an application form here.

The application deadline is Wednesday.

Call 206-660-3968 or e-mail npsp@wnps.org.

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