OCTOBER 14, 2016
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Easy – Family Friendly – No Dogs
Registration Limited to the first 30 Participants.
Join Ida Gianopulos, Land Protection Assistant of the Whidbey Camano Land Trust in northern Puget Sound, for an easy hike through Sitka Wetlands. Lower Nehalem Community Trust has preserved this wetlands from development, creating instead a wildlife sanctuary. Ida will focus our attention to the variety of fungi in these wetlands, and the role they play in our environment.
The hike takes place on conserved land, therefore, we are not harvesting mushrooms.
About our speaker: Ida earned her B.S. in Ecology at Humboldt State University, and became involved with land conservation while working as the stewardship assistant for the Lower Nehalem Community Trust. One of Ida’s greatest passions is mycology, and she is an enthusiastic teacher of the wonders of the fungal kingdom. Ida joined the team at Whidbey-Camano Land Trust in 2013.
This even happens rain or shine!
Location: Meet at the end of Tohl Road in Bayside Gardens, Nehalem (parking available on Tohl Road)
Suggested Donations, collected onsite: $10 per person over 18, $20 per Family.