Nisqually Stream Stewards help with a variety of project, such as when volunteer David Anderson of Roy worked with Teresa Moon, project manager with the South Sound Salmon Enhancement Group,to place sandbags and fabric barriers to protect Mashel River from debris during logjam construction.
Nisqually Stream Stewards help with a variety of project, such as when volunteer David Anderson of Roy worked with Teresa Moon, project manager with the South Sound Salmon Enhancement Group,to place sandbags and fabric barriers to protect Mashel River from debris during logjam construction. Tony Overman Staff file
Nisqually Stream Stewards help with a variety of project, such as when volunteer David Anderson of Roy worked with Teresa Moon, project manager with the South Sound Salmon Enhancement Group,to place sandbags and fabric barriers to protect Mashel River from debris during logjam construction. Tony Overman Staff file

Nisqually stream team looking for potential citizen scientists

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