Remember Martin Luther King Jr. by giving back at McLane Creek

McLane Creek
McLane Creek is a popular day-use site in the Capitol State Forest. Photo/ DNR.

On Monday, Jan. 18 the Native Plant Salvage Foundation will be joining with DNR in an effort to dig out invasive species at our 1.5-mile McLane Creek Nature Trail in Capitol State Forest. Based in Olympia, the Native Plant Salvage Foundation works to promote the use, preservation, knowledge, and appreciation of native plants through hands-on education. That’s why they’re willing to spend this holiday honoring Martin Luther King Jr. and giving back to support DNR-managed lands.

Join DNR and the Native Plant Salvage Foundation from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Jan. 18. Please contact Native Plant Salvage Foundation by email or by phone at (360) 867-2167 to register for the event.

Directions
Start 4 miles west of Olympia at Mud Bay exit of US-Hwy 101. Go south on Delphi Road for 3.3 miles. Turn right for .4 miles to site. Map it.

January is stocked full of volunteer events, and there’s still time to get involved. Visit our calendar to find an event near you. For more information about volunteering with DNR, visit our website.

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