Trees of the Pacific Northwest - Lecture

Lecture: Trees of the Pacific Northwest

Trees of the Pacific Northwest - Lecture - Olympia Center

Once you can differentiate one species of conifer from another, you will be surprised how friendly the entire Pacific Northwest forest seems. This program consists of an evening talk on Trees of the Pacific Northwest, followed by a one-day field trip.

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  • Mon, Oct 14, 2019
  • Olympia Hiking Subcommittee - Naturalists
  • Exploring Nature
  • Adults
  • For Beginners (Getting Started Series)

6pm-8:30 pm in rooms 101 and 102 at the Olympia Community Center (222 Columbia Street NW). 

Once you can differentiate at a glance one species of conifer from another, you'll be surprised how friendly the entire forest is.  This class is part of the budding Olympia Naturalist Committee "Talk and Walk".  

Cliff Cantor, a recognized expert in conifers and other trees of Washington, will be the guest speaker and field trip guide.  Cliff is also a frequent volunteer leader with WTA.

The talk, on October 14  from 6pm to 8pm at Olympia Community Center. 222 Columbia Street NW. Rooms 101,102.  The talk is open to anyone and will provide you tools for doing your own "tree sleuthing" on any hike or walk.

 

Sign up for the field trips ( hikes) separately.

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