San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
NatureBridge, the North Cascades Institute, and the
WWU Huxley College of the Environment present
Elwha Restoration Revealed
- A preview of John Gussman's documentary film, Return of the River
- Jeff Duda, Research Ecologist, U.S. Geological Survey, Western Fisheries Research Center
- Stephen Streufert, Pacific Northwest Director, NatureBridge
Wednesday, April 10, 2013 7 p.m.
Western Washington University, Room AW 204
Parking is free. Directions will be sent after registration.
FREE EVENT - REGISTRATION REQUESTED
Date and Time: Wednesday, April 10, 2013, at 7 p.m.
Location: WWU’s Academic Instructional West (AW) building, room 204
Parking: FREE in gravel lots near AW building at south end of campus
When & Where
At NatureBridge, we foster environmental literacy to sustain our planet.
Environmental science in nature’s classroom
NatureBridge provides hands-on environmental science programs for youth. Our multi-day programs take place outdoors in the national parks of Yosemite, Golden Gate, Olympic, Santa Monica Mountains, Channel Islands, and Prince William Forest. Founded in 1971, NatureBridge currently welcomes more than 600 schools and
30,000 students and teachers each year to our six campuses.NatureBridge's Olympic campus (formerly Olympic Park Institute or OPI), offers a variety of teacherprofessional development workshops, ranging from single-day programs in Seattle to week long programs oncampus.
Providing access for all students
NatureBridge strives to make its programs accessible to students from all communities. More than 50% of our participating schools receive scholarship support, and more than 30% of our students are from underrepresented communities. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization NatureBridge relies on generous donations to support our mission.
Making an impact
Our staff of professional environmental science educators is at the core of our organization. They bring diverse experiences to NatureBridge, including advanced degrees in science and education, experience with scientific research, classroom teaching, wilderness expeditionary leadership and outdoor education. Working with small groups of elementary, middle, and high school students, our educators bring science to life with engaging lessons.