Celebrate Earth Day With San Juan Preservation Trust On Henry Island

Posted April 2, 2021 at 5:00 am by

Contributed Photo/San Juan Preservation Trust. Henry Island.

From San Juan Preser­va­tion Trust

Only a short boat ride from busy Roche Har­bor, Hen­ry Island Pre­serve feels like a world away, strad­dling the bound­ary between the shal­low waters of Mos­qui­to Pass and the blue depths of Haro Strait.

Come ashore to cel­e­brate Earth Day 2021 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., April 22 by enjoy­ing some out­er-island tran­quil­i­ty and help­ing out with some pre­serve maintenance.

We will be brush­ing trail, caging indi­vid­ual trees, installing Pur­ple Mar­tin nest box­es, clean­ing up the beach, and doing a bit of inva­sive species removal dur­ing this work party—led by Stew­ard­ship Man­ag­er Kath­leen Foley Lewis.

Boat trans­porta­tion will be pro­vid­ed, embark­ing from Roche Har­bor Mari­na. List­ed start and end times are approx­i­mate. Work par­ties typ­i­cal­ly last 3–4 hours and are timed to meet fer­ry sched­ules. Details about when and where to meet, etc., will be emailed to reg­is­tered par­tic­i­pants pri­or to the event.

Please click here to reg­is­ter.

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