Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center and Pacific Education Institute will host a Project WILD/Project Learning Tree Early Childhood Facilitator Training in March. STARS credit is available! Register early to secure a spot. Space is limited, but a second workshop will be offered in fall if you miss this one. Open the attached flyer for more details.
Help teach about salmon and the Cedar River—become a volunteer naturalist!
Share your community treasure! Become a volunteer naturalist on the Cedar River and learn about one of the world’s amazing wildlife migrations, which runs through the heart of Seattle, Renton and on up into Maple Valley! Naturalists will receive 20 hours of training from fish, interpretative and watershed experts and in return spend three weekend days making riverside presentations to the public about the Cedar River and its spawning salmon.
Join Facing the Future and Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility on Wednesday, May 27, for a workshop about the Hanford Nuclear Reservation—a decommissioned nuclear weapons production complex in Eastern Washington State and the most contaminated nuclear waste site in the United States.
220 2nd Avenue S #106 The Globe Room on the second floor
Explore the “Web of Life” along Chief Seattle’s Duwamish River. Talk at Longhouse followed by walk at nearby Herring House Park. Mushrooms of the Duwamish, Nov. 1st, 10am-Noon, Naturalist, Denise Rhiner. Co-sponsored by the Seattle Parks and Recreation and 4Culture. Free admission & parking. Poster artwork by: Gerrad Stockdale. https://www.facebook.com/events/774011072661562/