November 12th, 10:00am-4:00pm
Location: 4400 163rd Ave SW, Tenino, WA 98589
Conservation Northwest has reached out with an invitation to participate in a free wildlife camera monitoring training event on Nov 12th from 10 am to 4 pm. This event is being offered by Conservation Northwest and the Veterans’ Ecological Trades Collective in South Thurston County. This event will support their efforts in training veterans in sustainable agriculture and conservation ecology. While they strongly encourage veterans to come out to gather and learn about the work they are doing there, they also want to extend this invitation to the entire community. Please join them for this special event over Veteran’s day weekend!
We will teach you how to set up and maintain wildlife cameras and how to identify species and manage data. We will discuss the wildlife corridor that crosses over I-5 and runs through this farm, in the midst of its restoration. In addition, we will discuss this wildlife corridor in the context of the recently announced Thurston County airport. Lastly, we discuss the potential of a wildlife crossing structure at this location and what that would mean for the area’s ecology.
Please RSVP by emailing Brian Stewart at email@example.com!
Please reach our to MES Alum, Brian Stewart with any questions!
Brian Stewart, M.E.S.
Cascades to Olympics Program Manager