OlyEcosystems engages with the community through education and outreach activities. We look forward to seeing you at an upcoming work party or event!
- Collaborate with local organizations (such as Garden-Raised Urban Bounty) for native and edible plant walks.
- Invite local K-12 classrooms and university students to participate in service projects in the West Bay Woods.
- Create educational opportunities aligned with Next Generation Science Standards to showcase open space and habitat preservation and restoration.
- Showcase conservation work at community events, such as Love Our Local, Nisqually Watershed Festival, March for Science, South Sound Estuary Association (SSEA) Turn of the Tides, and more.
- Partner with United Way of Thurston County.
- Partner with local colleges and universities on restoration ecology research opportunities.
- Integrate conservation science with local policy.