Habitat Stewards Training Sessions Begin Next Week in Everett

November 2, 2015

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Starting Thursday November 12th and running through the following three Thursdays and Saturdays the National Wildlife Federation will be in Everett training Habitat Stewards. Interested? Here are the details…

Habitat Stewards Training Robert J. Drewel Building 3000 Rockefeller Ave Everett WA, Public Meeting Room #2


You can learn more about the NWF by clicking the logo above.

Habitat Stewards Training empowers volunteers to become stewards to help the community create, preserve, enhance, and restore wildlife habitat.

The training includes topics ranging from native plant identification to creating a personal backyard wildlife sanctuary at your own home.

The training costs $20 for course expenses and includes a 30-hour volunteer commitment within a year after training.

Habitat Stewards receive a certificate after completing this national recognized training, a t-shirt, 30% off NWF catalog, a localized training/resource binder, local expert speakers, connections with local volunteer projects, and local office staff support.

We will provide coffee, tea, and snacks at each training session, you are welcome to bring a brown bag dinner. The class will be capped at 35 people, please contact Sarah to RSVP!

To register for the Habitat Stewards Training, call Sarah at 206-577-7809, or e-mail: waeducationcoordinator@nwf.org

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