You are invited to attend a FREE WEBINAR!
October 24, 2020
9:00 AM — 12:00 PM
Rick Thompson — The Lake Missoula Flood in Your Backyard
At the end of the Ice Age a deluge of 540 cubic miles of water burst through an ice dam at the Clark Fork River in northern Idaho, rampaged across Central Washington and down the Columbia River Gorge and finally out to sea. Author, photographer, and artist, Rick Thompson will give an overview of the entire Lake Missoula Floods path and highlight some of the effects still seen today in central and southeastern Washington.
Emily Norris — Native Plants for Columbia Basin Pollinators
Emily is an ecologist working for Mission Support Alliance on the U.S. Department of Energy Hanford Site in eastern Washington. Her specialties include shrub-steppe habitat restoration and pollinator-plant relationships. Join Emily as she shares her expertise on native plants and pollinators.
Traci Degerman — My Wildland-Inspired Garden: Lessons From a Living Experiment
Traci’s presentation will feature her own garden and the many lessons it has taught her. Traci has more than 25 years of public and private sector professional experience in ecological disciplines that include: research; vegetation surveying, mapping and monitoring; ecological restoration; recreation site rehabilitation and native plant landscaping.