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MLK Volunteer Appreciation & Stewardship Event

3 Hours
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  • January 16, 2022
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10:00am Meet at the Lower Pavillion in Fairhaven Park 107 Chuckanut Dr. N, Bellingham, WA 98225

10:15am Introductions & Gratitude with light Refreshments

11:00am Stewardship Work Begins

12:30pm Wrap up Stewardship & Debrief

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As we merge forward into 2022, we would like to kick things off by hosting a Volunteer Appreciation Event. Yes, we want to give our tremendous thanks to you! Along with the many other volunteers who came out to work parties the previous year & in years past. 

We will begin the day in the Lower Pavillion at Fairhaven Park with light pastries & fresh hot coffee on what will most likely be a cold wintery day. This will be an opportunity for everyone to connect with new & old faces in the community, along with giving our thanks to all of the wonderful volunteers. 

The second half of the morning, be prepared to get your hands dirty as we continue our habitat restoration in Fairhaven Park. Here are some of the objectives we wish to accomplish; remove invasive ivy & holly, eradicate invasive blackberries in the Native Plant Site, among some other small tasks.  

Since we will be inside the Lower Pavillion during the first part of the day, we will be asking all participants to wear a mask while inside regardless of their vaccination status. Please come prepared with appropriate clothing, water, and your positive mental attitude! Tools & work gloves will be provided.

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Caleb Savage

Caleb originally hails from Massachusetts, however, he has been living in Washington since the winter of 2019. A recent resident of Bellingham, he has been immersed in the field of Environmental Education for the past 7-8 years. He has taught hands-on science inquiry-based lessons to all ages in a diverse range of ecosystems throughout the country. He has also led backpacking and whitewater rafting expeditions while helping his participants gain a sense of place. He has a passion for the local community, the environment, and encourages his participants to be present in the here and now when exploring the outdoors. When Caleb is not working you may find him exploring the wilderness around Mount Baker or the Chuckanuts, biking through Bellingham, going to see live music, and creating delicious food.