Thursdays, Dec 15 – March 1, 2012
5:30 – 7:30pm at the North Cascades Basecamp in Mazama
Open to the public- dinner and presentation $5;
Free to guests.
Join us every Thursday this winter next to the wood stove or on a full moon ski on the trails at the North Cascades Basecamp in Mazama for Soup Night and a fun ecology presentation for all ages. We had such a great turnout last year, we are doing it again! We have amazing folks lined up to present topics of interest to our community. Soup and bread dinners are made with seasonal and local organic ingredients which will warm your bellies on these fabulous winter nights.
Pikas of the North Cascades in a climate of global warming – Roger Christopherson.
Campfire drum circle and Solstice celebration led by Celeste and Kip Roberts.
The Great Northwest Fires of 1910 with Bill Moody.
Wolves and Wildlands Across the Pacific Northwest with David Moskowitz
Mammals Underground: What’s happening down there? with Kim Romain-Bondi
So you want to climb Denali (Mount McKinley) with Joe Reichert
On the edge: the boreal forest and lynx in Okanogan county with Gary Koehler
Barred owl-spotted owl interactions and owl hooting walkabout with Peter Singleton
Rattlesnakes and their seasonal lives with John Rohrer
“The Dirt on Wine”. Wine tasting and geology of eastern WA wine country with John Morgan and Lost River Winery
Landscape Changes in the Arctic National Parks with Peter Neitlich
Mountain goat research in the North Cascades with Leslie Parks.