Friends of Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge
Location: Sequim Washington
Board members come from the many "Friends" members at the Refuge
The Friends of the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge works together with the USF&W staff to make the Refuge just that a refuge for wildlife. But, and it's a big 'but' we also help to make this place a place of natural wonder and an educational experience for all of the visitors.
We accomplish this by being 'helping hands, writing grants, fund raising, providing educational opportunities and just being a sounding board for the needs of the visitors.
This is the Friends Work Group who like to get their hands dirty pulling invasive species and other hands-on tasks.
This Group is working on low-altitude flyovers, conservation of the Dungeness bluffs and other land use issues.
This Committee defines membership and works on raising funds for the work Friends does in partnership with Refuge staff.
Outreach develops and maintains the website, social media, and the newsletter. They also work on the Friend's brochure and other communication issues.
They work on the many ideas for environmental education programs, youth and adult, on and off the Refuge