Learn more about our crew and see where they've been sighted.
Here are more photos of the hard work being done by the Vet Crew, other staff and volunteers at the depave project in Pierce County.
The Vet Crew spent a few days removing a big section of pavement in Tacoma, WA.
Recently, our crew was out in Monroe mowing and cutting back the Reed Canarygrass, which is a non-native invasive freshwater plant.
Our neighborhoods are perfect petri dishes for change - new homebuyers are continually moving in, many of our older homes are in need of upgrades, and as curious humans we love to see ‘what the neighbors are doing’.
Are you an 18 to 25-year-old (or know one) who wants to gain valuable experience while earning a paycheck and an AmeriCorps education reward? Check out these newly listed positions!
Location: Woods Creek Watershed
Week's Activity: Livestaking Willows, Dogwoods, and Cottonwoods.
Location: Monroe- Woods Creek Watershed
Day's Activity: Laying out plants and planting