Youth leaders support watershed restoration and protection through monthly Dabob Days volunteer projects. Youth participate in training and lead other community members during projects. NWI hosts projects from the headwaters of Tarboo Creek in a Quilcene to Tarboo-Dabob Bay focusing on a whole watershed approach. Projects vary by season and have previously included planting trees, installing protective cages, potting plants in the nursery, and harvesting live plant stakes as well as removing tree protectors, marine debris and invasive species.

  • Classroom volunteers/presenters, Curriculum & instructional materials, Direct teaching, Field trips, Internships, Materials & supplies
  • Kindergarden, 2nd Grade Students / Youth, 3rd Grade Students / Youth, 4th Grade Students / Youth, 5th Grade Students / Youth, 6th Grade Students / Youth, 7th Grade Students / Youth, 8th Grade Students / Youth, 9th Grade Students / Youth, 10th Grade Students / Youth, 11th Grade Students / Youth, 12th Grade Students / Youth, Teachers/Administrators, General Public/Family
    During school day
  • Weekends
  • Climate Change
  • Conservation (Wildlife/Habitat)
  • Marine & Coastal
  • Outdoor Learning
  • Water
Academic AlignmentAcademic Alignment
    Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)
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