Chehalis River Basin Land Trust: New Faces and Spaces

The Chehalis River Basin Land Trust has been working locally for 22 years to conserve, protect, and restore ecologically significant lands in the Chehalis River Basin. For much of this time, the Land Trust has operated on a volunteer basis, but we are happy to announce the addition of two new staff members! Kylea Johnson, a local from Onalaska and graduate of Willamette University in 2016, has been hired as our new Director of Program Services. We are also pleased to welcome Washington Conservation Corps service member Alice Martin onto our team. Alice has valuable knowledge and experience in ecology and restoration, and will be aiding us with restoration and spearheading a revitalization of our stewardship efforts. We hope that many will get to know Alice and Kylea through our new volunteer programs and special events, many of which will be unveiled in late October. The Land Trust would also like to announce a change of location from our office on S. Pearl, to our new office at 620 S. Tower Avenue in Centralia, starting October 1st. Drop by and say hello to our new faces and new space!

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