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We are Advocates for a Healthy Environment. It's Important. It's Possible. It's Essential.
"We Inspire Environmental Stewardship"

Our mission is to inspire people to experience nature and become environmental stewards.
We believe in empowering youth by connecting them to nature through education and the arts to find their voices to steward the earth and change the world.
We're advocates for healthy habitats for both people and wildlife.

Our vision is to see the world living in harmony with nature.

Nature Stewards is a Program of the Weed Warriors, a WA State Charitable Organization, 501(c)3 Designation

Are you viewing on a cell phone or small screen device? Visit our new Mobile-Friendly Site: NatureStewardsWA.org

We Gearing-Up for Give BIG!
Togther we Connect Kids to Nature and Steward our Parks and Trails.

Earth Day Essentials
April 22nd 2017, Saturday - Celebrate Earth Day in Newcastle at a Local Residence - Open to the Public

More details about the event are coming soon!
This is a yard party hosted by the Nature Stewards Program at the VonRanker's Native Wildlife Habitat in Newcastle, WA

We regret to inform our sponsors and partrons that the Annual Newcastle Earth Day in Lake Boren Park has been cancelled this year.
We have produced Newcastle Earth Day since 2008 in Lake Boren Park, focusing on the many ways to Steward the Planet.
It may be re-born in 2018 by the City of Newcastle if funded and the pending renovations of Lake Boren Park are completed.

Free Auto Leaks Workshops

Is your car leaking oil? This Workshop's for You!

Free workshops offer oil-leak inspections


To register go to: www.fixcarleaks.org

Does your car drip? Ever wondered if a ‘spot' on the ground came from your car? Want to learn how to properly maintain your car?

Join the experts for a FREE Auto Leaks workshop . At this workshop you'll:

  • Get a free professional car health assessment from a certified automotive instructor.
  • Learn how to identify and prevent leaks.
  • Receive tips on repairing minor common leaks.
  • Learn preventive maintenance.
  • Leave the class with a FREE Vehicle Maintenance Check Kit and the confidence to talk to your mechanic.

Watch this video and hear what past participants have to say:


Dates: Many dates and times available now through May 2017

Space is limited! So register now! To register go to: www.fixcarleaks.org

Together We Make an Impact!

With Your Support and Involvement,
Youngsters plant trees and get up close to nature.
Students learn about the Life Cycle of the Pacific Northwest Salmon
and how to gardenfor wildlife, like birds and pollinators.
You also make possible Habitat Restoration projects in Public Parks, Trails and Open Spaces
that enables Youth to Fulfill School Community Service Requirements needed for Graduation.

Thank You to all of our wonderful donors who support the Nature Stewards Program!

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Your donation makes our educational Nature Stewards program possible.
With your generosity, we'll continue to provide the quality environmental programming
the community deserves and needs. Thank You!
The Nature Stewards is an educational program of the Weed Warriors, WA State Non-Profit Charitable Organization
under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.
Weed Warriors, Nature Stewards Program is registered with the Washington State's Charities Program, www.sos.wa.gov/charities .

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Volunteer & Community Service Opportunities: 2017 Calendar Volunteer Information HERE
Sign-up for community service hours - Call Grace Stiller, 425.228.7927
Or email GraceStiller or Weed Warriors, Nature Stewards Program

Nature Stewards of all ages restore a healthy balance to the environment by removing invasive weeds
and creating wildlife habitats using native plants.