Details: Minkler Lake Conservation Area is home to many species of waterfowl, songbirds and an important water feature supporting salmon and steelhead. This is a great site to see many stages of restoration all in one day. Check out the trees planted in January!
We will be continuing to work on a patch of english ivy, morning glory, and if the water levels allow, a large butterfly bush infestation.
This work requires kneeling, pulling, bending and potentially navigating steep slopes. There are a variety of tasks available and we can meet your interests and comfort level.
Directions: From I-5, travel east on Highway 20 until it intersects with Minkler Road to the south, just after mile post 71. Parking is limited and on the shoulder. Please RSVP.
To Bring: Water bottle and weather appropriate clothing and shoes, hiking or rain boots recommended. Skagit Land Trust will provide light snacks, water, gloves, and tools. Bring a kneeling pad if you have one to use.
RSVP by Thursday, June 1st to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360.428.7878.
Carpooling is highly recommended parking is along the shoulder of Minkler Road - if you are interested in a ride or can drive others mention this in your RSVP.