Thursday, March 27, 2014, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Downtown Spokane Library
Meeting Room 1A downstairs (to the left of the entrance lobby)
906 West Main Avenue, (corner Lincoln St. and Main Ave.), Spokane, WA
Map/Directions and Parking
You'll learn about environmental science in the Inland Northwest. Kat Hall, the Conservation Programs Director for The Lands Council, will explain the plethora of science activities that go on every day around us. You'll learn about clean water, healthy forests, and thriving wildlife. Come discover how families can be involved in the work of TLC, like tree plantings in the spring and fall.
- We preserve and revitalize Inland Northwest forests, water, and wildlife through advocacy, education, effective action, and community engagement.
- We collaborate with a broad range of interested parties to seek smart and mutually respectful solutions to environment and health issues.
- We're enriched by the beauty of nature. We're energized by the recreational opportunities it affords. And we're inspired to preserve its legacy for future generations.
Ages: All who can be attentive during a presentation
Tour limits: 60 people
Note: This presentation is open everyone, Exploring Families Members and non-members. Attending this presentation does not count as using a one time guest pass.