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Coastal Geomorphology Extending Your Reach Presentation with John Bethel

In 2017, John Bethel retired from a 30-year career as an engineering geologist and geomorphologist for King County in Washington state. After earning a bachelor’s and a master’s degree from the University of Washington, he worked for the USGS and in private consulting until joining King County in 1987. At King County, John worked on development review in geologically hazardous areas and on development of King County Code as it relates to geologic hazards.

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Online Study Group: Amphibians and Reptiles with Geoff Hammerson

In the Nature in Your Neighborhood program, our weekly explorations will be guided by an experienced naturalist (or two) who’ll kick off our week of learning with a Virtual Nature Walk, send us out with activities to explore and observe the hidden wonders close to home, and then wrap up the week with a Friday Online Study Group Discussion. Sign up and join the fun!

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Virtual Nature Walk: Shrubs with Byron Rot

In the Nature in Your Neighborhood program, our weekly explorations will be guided by an experienced naturalist (or two) who’ll kick off our week of learning with a Virtual Nature Walk, send us out with activities to explore and observe the hidden wonders close to home, and then wrap up the week with a Friday Online Study Group Discussion. Sign up and join the fun!

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Online Study Group: Shrubs with Byron Rot

In the Nature in Your Neighborhood program, our weekly explorations will be guided by an experienced naturalist (or two) who’ll kick off our week of learning with a Virtual Nature Walk, send us out with activities to explore and observe the hidden wonders close to home, and then wrap up the week with a Friday Online Study Group Discussion. Sign up and join the fun!

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Virtual Nature Walk: Herbaceous Plants with Coca Sanchez

In the Nature in Your Neighborhood program, our weekly explorations will be guided by an experienced naturalist (or two) who’ll kick off our week of learning with a Virtual Nature Walk, send us out with activities to explore and observe the hidden wonders close to home, and then wrap up the week with a Friday Online Study Group Discussion. Sign up and join the fun!

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Marine Mammals Extending Your Reach Presentation with Dave Rugh

Dave Rugh retired from NOAA in 2010 after 34+ years of studying Alaska’s marine mammals. This research resulted in more than 250 scientific documents on a dozen different species, including 85 publications in 22 peer-reviewed journals and encyclopedias. Dave’s career began when he was offered a “dream job,” so enticing that he left his doctoral studies at the Institute of Polar Studies in Ohio, coming away with a MSc degree in Zoology.

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Online Study Group: Herbaceous Plants with Coca Sanchez

In the Nature in Your Neighborhood program, our weekly explorations will be guided by an experienced naturalist (or two) who’ll kick off our week of learning with a Virtual Nature Walk, send us out with activities to explore and observe the hidden wonders close to home, and then wrap up the week with a Friday Online Study Group Discussion. Sign up and join the fun!

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Virtual Nature Walk: Mammals with Darrell and Lorna Smith

In the Nature in Your Neighborhood program, our weekly explorations will be guided by an experienced naturalist (or two) who’ll kick off our week of learning with a Virtual Nature Walk, send us out with activities to explore and observe the hidden wonders close to home, and then wrap up the week with a Friday Online Study Group Discussion. Sign up and join the fun!

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Wildlife Tracking Extending Your Reach Presentation with Sarah Spaeth

Sarah Spaeth is Director of Conservation and Strategic Partnerships for Jefferson Land Trust. She holds an undergraduate degree in marine biology from Western Washington University and a graduate degree in coastal zone management […]

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Online Study Group: Mammals with Darrell and Lorna Smith

In the Nature in Your Neighborhood program, our weekly explorations will be guided by an experienced naturalist (or two) who’ll kick off our week of learning with a Virtual Nature Walk, send us out with activities to explore and observe the hidden wonders close to home, and then wrap up the week with a Friday Online Study Group Discussion. Sign up and join the fun!

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