Dig Deeper as a Puget Sound Steward

Whether it’s the physical work, the passion for healthy and balanced ecosystems, the need to give back, or the desire to learn and share your knowledge with others, becoming a Puget Sound Steward might be the right step for you!

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Because of my involvement with the Puget Sound Stewards program I am now an environmental leader in my community where I inspire and educate others through action.

– Alan Garvey

If you’ve been to a handful of EarthCorps volunteer events, and want to do more, the Puget Sound Steward program might be calling your name!

Puget Sound Stewards are committed volunteers of all ages who are trained in the management of nearshore restoration sites, and work to ensure their success. EarthCorps deploys teams of Stewards to sites along estuaries, rivers and beaches in the cities of Seattle, Tukwila, Edmonds, and Everett.

IMG_4948Puget Sound Stewards help EarthCorps run restoration events, monitor plant growth, adapt management plans, and educate the community. EarthCorps provides the education and resources to support Stewards in their role.

Every March EarthCorps holds a Puget Sound Steward Orientation for people interested in joining the program. At the orientation you will meet the program manager and other stewards, learn in depth about the program,  and ask questions so you can decide if you want to commit to the Puget Sound Steward requirements.

Puget Sound Steward Orientation:

Duwamish River Info Session: March 1st, 6:30-7:30
Edmonds/Everett:  March 15th, 6:30-7:30

Sign up on the Volunteer Calendar or email the Volunteer Team for more information.

MORE QUESTIONS?

Ask the Volunteer Team!
volunteer@earthcorps.org
206.322.9296×217