Celebrate Earth Day With San Juan Preservation Trust On Henry Island

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.

Posted on April 2, 2021 at 5:00 am by

Categories: Environment, Wildlife

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