Individuals receive 60 hours of training over ten weeks in exchange for equal hours of volunteer service to provide community education and help citizens to become better land stewards. Study topics include habitat needs and enhancements for fish (especially salmon) and wildlife, water quality and conservation, aquatic ecosystems, identification of native and invasive plants, erosion control, restoration, and more. Offered by Washington State University Clark County Extension. For more information call (360) 397-6060, ext. 7705 or visit their Web site: http://clark.wsu.edu/volunteer/ws/index.html.