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Presented by
Hannah Schrager, Owner of Good Year Farms

Whether you are a lifetime resident or new to the area (in real life or digitally), learning about our natural environments helps connect us to our place and time on this planet.

An Introduction to Pacific Northwest Ecology will leave you well-acquainted with several local species and their relationship to our collective surroundings. The course will highlight the geologic and ecologic events that have created our current landscapes and regional climates, showcasing many of the living and nonliving entities that comprise our home.

The instructor will introduce (or reintroduce) you to a number of species that live and grow around the Pacific Northwest. We will cover basic identification of plants, birds, mammals, and sundry structures. We will learn about symbiotic and saprophytic relationships.

We are partnering again with the Camas Library as hosts for this online class using Zoom. For registration, please use the link below. Registration confirmations will be emailed along with the link to the class.


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