Stewardship

Make a Difference Day is a world-wide movement where people come together to make their community a better place.  For Wenatchee Valley's 30th Make A Difference Day this year on Saturday, October 24th, CDLT and Team Naturaleza invite you to join us at the Jacobson Preserve, spreading sagebrush woodchips that will keep the trail mud-fre

What might a rusty shovel, an old wooden door, barn wood or a sheet of metal look like in its next life?

The Land Trust is looking for donations of rusted, damaged, interesting metal and old wood cast-off materials.

Enjoy the start of wildflower season and great views at the Horse Lake Reserve while helping to remove hazardous fencing. Work involves cutting brush that has grown through the fences, removing and rolling rusty barbed wire, and pulling out fence posts. Wear sturdy shoes, tough clothing, and leather gloves.

Enjoy the start of wildflower season and great views at the Horse Lake Reserve while helping to remove hazardous fencing. Work involves cutting brush that has grown through the fences, removing and rolling rusty barbed wire, and pulling out fence posts. Wear sturdy shoes, tough clothing, and leather gloves.

Learn the safe and effective use of backpack weed sprayers. This one-hour workshop with CDLT's Neal Hedges, will be held at a trail in the Foothills. If you haven’t sprayed weeds with us before, you need this workshop.

What do scentless mayweed, yellow star thistle, and jointed goatgrass all have in common?  All are noxious weeds we don’t want to find in our Wenatchee Valley! CDLT has teamed up with Chelan County Weed Board to offer a training workshop for the community. The workshop is free and open to the public

Questions are often asked about how to identify weeds; how to distinguish native plants from non-native plants? This workshop will give you a chance to work on your plant identification skills. An introduction to how to use a dichotomous key will be followed by group keying exercises with fresh specimens of a couple of weed species.

Do you have an iPad that still works fine, but that you no longer use? We would love to take it off your hands to use for stewardship mapping and student education! We are particularly interested in iPads from the last 3-4 generations.

Controlling over 20 species of noxious weeds is one of our toughest stewardship duties. The timing of weed control treatments depends on the stage of plant growth and favorable weather conditions so we keep a flexible schedule.

Mountain Home Preserve eBird Monitoring Project