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Chehalis River are bright with the yellow flowers of springtime (click to enlarge)

 

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  CHEHALIS  RIVER

        BASIN         

             LAND

                 TRUST

      OUR MISSION - -

to conserve, protect and restore ecologically significant lands within the Chehalis River Basin.

   

    Welcome to the Chehalis River Basin Land Trust home page.  We are a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving natural lands in the Chehalis River Basin. 

   Learn about what we do and more about this river basin from the other pages. 


     Job posting May 2, 2015 until May 29.

 Part-time Director of Program Services  click here for details

 


   The annual member meeting was March 20, 2015.  We had a great time, made new friends, had a great meal, and heard about the Historic Seaport of Aberdeen (thanks to Captain Les Bolton).   As usual, the evening finished with lots of great door prizes!  click on a picture to enlarge

Before dinner, friends meet and greet.

County Commissioner Edna Fund chats with the catering crew.

Janet Strong begins telling about the accomplishments of 2014.

Jeff Miller prepares for the speaker.

Guest speaker Les Bolton describes a day on the Lady Washington.

Steve Hallstrom and others show they enjoyed the talk about the Historic Seaport in Aberdeen

Jan is looking for the next winner after drawing a ticket.

Kathy looks for her choice door prize.


  See the NEWS page for more pictures from past events:

The 2014 membership meeting was fun evening

These volunteers will help revegetate a section of the Discovery Trail

A group photo after kayaking the West Hoquiam river on a rainy day.

To learn more --

   First, visit some other pages and learn more about what we do.

  Then, make a decision on how you can help.  Call or send us email about your decision and complete a volunteer application.

   Third, visit us often and watch for news and

volunteer opportunities.