POSTPONED 'til the FALL: Our Forests Bainbridge Island & the Climate Crises

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Presented by Bainbridge Island Parks Foundation at IslandWood, Bainbridge Island WA

Mar 15 2020
POSTPONED 'til the FALL: Our Forests Bainbridge Island & the Climate Crises

Learn what you can do our island’s forests and the wildlife that are affected by the climate crisis.

OUR FORESTS: BAINBRIDGE ISLAND & THE CLIMATE CRISIS
17th Association of Bainbridge Communities Environmental Conference
Registration is now open, seating limited. 

You care about our island’s forests and the wildlife that call this island home. Climate change is affecting the Puget Sound region, what can we do about it?

Join city, state, and regional scientists in a community conversation on the research and best practices for stewarding our forests through the lens of climate change.

Optional Saturday, March 14 field trips available at the Moritani Preserve in downtown Winslow, the Grand Forest, Springbrook Creek Preserve, and Bloedel Reserve.

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

12:30 | Registration & Exhibits in the IslandWood Welcome Center

12:50 | Welcome to IslandWood & Suquamish Tribal Blessing

1:10 | Keynote Speaker: Hilary Franz, WA State Commissioner of Public Lands: Supporting Our Forests, Now and Into the Future

1:30 | Michael Case, Forest Ecologist, The Nature Conservancy: Western

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ADMISSION INFO

COST: $5 per person

Contact: 2068424971

Email: lisa@biparksfoundation.org

    Official Website

INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

Additional time info:

Don’t miss a close up view of our forests on Saturday, March 14. Join us for free walking tours led by experts. You must pre-register to attend. Space is limited to 15 people per tour.More details and sign up information belowMoritani Forest TourGrand Forest Tour

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

LOCATION

IslandWood

4450 Blakely Ave NE, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Full map and directions

PARKING INFO

148 parking spots onsite on our 255 acre campus.

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

    • Wheelchair Access

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