Adventure Speaker Series: Jeff Antonella's-Lapp "Tahoma and It's People"

Did you know that Native Americans have traveled to Mount Rainier for over 9,000 years, to gather resources unavailable near their lowland villages? Did you know that the effects of climate change extend far beyond the mountain’s retreating glaciers? Join Jeff Antonelis-Lapp, Emeritus Faculty at The Evergreen State College, to learn more about these and other stories from Tahoma and Its People, his natural history of Mount Rainier National Park, published by Washington State University Press. Learn more at https://jeffantonelis-lapp.com/
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IF POTLUCK IS ALLOWED

  • Doors open at 5:30pm with opportunity for socializing and to pick up information about Mountaineers courses and activities
  • Potluck starts at 6:00pm
  • Speaker begins at 7:00pm

IF POTLUCK IS NOT ALLOWED

  • Doors open at 6:00pm with opportunity for socializing and to pick up information about Mountaineers  courses and activities.
  • Speaker begins at 7:00pm