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“Tidelands to Timberline” Natural History Course

Author: Erik Kingfisher | 01/18/19

Tidelands to Tim,berline Natural History Course

Tidelands to Timberline course participants study local plants, fungi, animals, geology, climate, and ecosystems through a series of field trips and study sessions.

Are you curious about the natural world around you? Would you like greater understanding of local plants, animals, and the land that sustains us? Join Jefferson Land Trust’s annual natural history course, Fridays from April 19 to June 7, 2019, to experience the amazing interconnections of diverse local ecosystems from the sea up to the mountains.

Click here for course details.

Each Friday field trip is typically 6-8 hours long. There is a course fee of $290 to cover program expenses. Space is limited, and registration fills up quickly, so sign up now! (Please note that this sign-up form will be closed when all spaces in the course fill.)

“We live in one of the most biologically productive environments in the world, full of incredible plants and animals all interacting with each other in ways we never would have imagined only a generation ago. This course will help participants really get to know this part of the world.”

– Erik Kingfisher,  Jefferson Land Trust Stewardship Director

For more information, or to inquire about the availability of scholarships, contact Erik Kingfisher at 360.379.9501 ext.103 or by email.