Want to be involved with the Elwha River Restoration? Now is your chance. There are four days of volunteer opportunities to help in the propagation of plants used to revegetate the newly exposed reservoirs. Volunteers will be working in the Matt Albright Native Plant Center to help with transplanting seedlings that will be used later in the revegetation project. At the end of the day, the group will take short hike along a newly constructed trail leading to a viewing platform to see in person the former site of the lower Elwha Dam. Only 12 people can be accommodated each day, so sign up early.
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM (including break for lunch)
Followed by optional Lower Dam Viewing Platform Hike (2:00 PM – 4:00 PM)
Friday, June 1st
Saturday, June 2nd
Friday, June 8th
Saturday June 9th
The native plant center is located in Robin Hill Farm County Park between Port Angeles and Sequim. From Highway 101, take Old Olympic Highway until the Robin Hill sign. Turn right on Vautier Road, then right on Pinnell Road. The native plant center will be on the left.