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City of Newcastle Receives Grant from 4Culture for Historic Cemetery
Weed Warrior stewardship projects are part of Nature Stewards. Our projects restore a very healthy balance to the environment by removing invasive weeds and planting native species plants. The Nature Stewards program provides outreach and education about envrionmental sustainablility. Our mission is to promote environmental stewardship and inspire everyone to protect the native habitat.
We're Advocates of Envrionmental Stewardship for a Healthy Environment and Sustainable Communities.
It's Important. It's Possible. It's Essential.
Weed Warriors work with cities and communities to reduce the negative impact of invasive, noxious weeds in public places, like parks, trails, and open spaces. We produce projects, workshops, events, and advocate for communities. The program offers education about invasive weeds, methods for control or eradication, and provides opportunities where volunteers participate in "hands-on" restoration projects, improving the environmental health, and aesthetic and recreational qualities of our public places.
We've grown and evolved from our initial "boots on the ground" weed removal and restoration projects in 2008. Our program includes trainings and workshops, events, classroom presentations for schools, nature trail walks, rain garden installations, and advocacy for environmental issues - all activities supporting our mission to impart and nuture the responsibility of environmental stewardship. To better reflect all that we do, we are changing our program name to "Nature Stewards." Weed Warriors remains as our orgaization name with our Non-Profit 501c3 designation. Look for a new website and more details in the near future about the new, inclusive Nature Stewards Program of the Weed Warriors organization.
Knotweed Control Workshop - September 19th 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Click here for more details Free. Space is limited. Sign-up early.
Workshop qualifies attendees to check out knotweed injectors.
A collaborative effort with Weed Warriors, City of Newcastle, King Conservation District, and King County Noxious Weed Program.
Volunteer & Community Service Opportunities: 2015 Calendar
Sign-up for community service hours - Call Grace Stiller, 425.228.7927 or email to GraceStiller
Our motto: "We Battle Invasive Weeds and Restore Habitats "
Weed Warrior projects reflect the willingness of citizens of all ages to be involved and take part in their community as environmental stewards.
Consider our Mission and Volunteer Efforts
Your Donation Supports Habitat Restoration, Environmental Education, Workshops and Projects in Public Places, Parks, Trails and Open Spaces. Thank You!
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