students studying the Elwha River at Olympic National Park
Olympic

Elwha Exploration Day

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Event Type
Community Event
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Dates
Apr 27, 2019 10:00AM
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Location
Olympic National Park
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Cost
Free

Walk in the footsteps of NatureBridge students as you explore the historic Elwha River Restoration Project this April. We’ll introduce our hands-on field science investigations to help you understand the river's biodiversity and ecological health, and discover how the dam removal affects salmon.

You'll start the day at our Olympic campus with a brief overview of the restoration project, pack a sack lunch (compliments of NatureBridge) and continue to field research sites on the Elwha.

Coffee and light snacks, including the world's best banana bread, will be available at 9:45 a.m. Bring your own water and wear comfortable walking shoes.

There is no cost for this event but registration is required, as space is limited.

Explore the Elwha
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Katie Hopper, Development Manager
khopper@naturebridge.org
206-457-8334 ext. 12