The Nisqually Land Trust is offering Nisqually River rafting trips July 17 and 25 to raise money for land trust efforts to protect fish and wildlife habitat in the Nisqually River watershed.
The July 17 trip leaves from the Nisqually-Mashel State Park near Eatonville and meanders 13 miles down a remote, mostly undeveloped stretch of the river. The July 25 trip departs from the City of Centralia powerhouse and covers 10 miles of river to Old Pacific Highway.
Reservations for the trips, which include a catered lunch, are $105 or $80 for land trust members. The trips are rated family friendly and suitable for most people age 6 and older.
For reservations or more information, call 360-458-1111 or visit the land trust website at www.nisqually landtrust.org.