Explore Puget Sound: The importance of trees
Ever wonder what climate change is all about? About Killer Whales? How glaciers created Puget Sound? How stormwater affects Puget Sound? Or what good are trees?
If so, join WSU Snohomish County Extension Beach Watchers every first Wednesday from February through June, for free presentations by local experts. Here’s the last in the seminar series:
June 4: Explore “Cultural and Ecological Importance of Trees” with Tamara Neuffer, outreach and education coordinator for the Stillaguamish Tribe
Come for a hands-on workshop where you will learn about the cultural and ecological importance of our native conifer trees.
Attendees will make and take home their own body oil, learn about the healing power of Western Washington native conifers and celebrate the importance of trees in our daily lives and the lives of our iconic pacific salmon.
The presentation begins at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 4 at Mukilteo City Hall, 11930 Cyrus Way in Mukilteo.
Contact Chrys Bertolotto at Chrys@wsu.edu or 425-357-6020 for more information.
These presentations are brought to you by WSU Extension Snohomish County Beach Watchers and the city of Mukilteo.
-Edited by Beacon staff