Watershed Festival Organizing Committee
Help put on the biggest watershed event of the year! Join the Festival organizing committee. Planning generally starts in May and occurs through the day of the event in late September. This is a great volunteer opportunity, and no experience is necessary! To sign up, Contact Dana: dana(at)wcssp.org
Aberdeen Stream Team
The newly formed stream team will undertake projects within the Aberdeen municipal boundaries. Planned projects include trash removal and invasive species removal from the shorelines of area streams and the estuary, as well as outreach and education about the sources of biological pollution, and what citizens can do to make Aberdeen’s waterways cleaner.
Want to be a part of the solution to creek pollution? Join the Centralia Stream Team, which has focused their efforts on cleaning up and restoring their beloved community creek “China Creek.” The Centralia Stream Team generally meets monthly, the third Monday of each month from 6-7pm at Centralia Utilities. For more information please contact Kim Ashmore (360) 330-7512 or email email@example.com
Grays Harbor Stream Team:
Do you know of a stream or river in Grays Harbor that needs improvement? The Grays Harbor Stream Team wants to hear your ideas. The Grays Harbor Stream Team has been focusing efforts on Elma’s McDonald Creek thanks to a very motivated high school student Jarred Figlar-Barnes. The group is also interested in helping out other streams all across Grays Harbor County. The Grays Harbor Stream Team sponsors tree plantings, stream clean-ups, beach clean-ups, invasive species removal, or some other hands-on activity. Contact Kirsten for more information: kharma(at)chehalistribe.org