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Skagit Water Weeks

Skagit Water Weeks is a collection of events hosted by local organizations that teach and celebrate one of our most treasured resources - water! Water is critical to our environment, economy and our cultural well-being. Skagit Conservation Education Alliance and its partners are pleased to present a slate of opportunities and events in celebration of Skagit Water Weeks and our precious water resources.

Skagit Land Trust is hosting three events throughout the month of May to celebrate Skagit Water Weeks. We will be hosting events at our Marblemount Conservation Area: three Saturday blackberry removal work parties with a guided walk along the Skagit River afterward. Join us for a visit to this special property that is not currently open to public access.

This event is limited to 7 participants and masks and social distancing are required. Once the event is full, you will be added to our waitlist. Our Stewardship Specialist, Abby Weaver will reach out to you closer to the event with more information. If you have any questions, please contact Abby at Click the links below to sign up.

May 1st 10am-2pm

May 15th 10am-2pm

May 29th 10am-2pm

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