Methow River Collaborative

OCTOBER: Critters in the Rivers

October 2019

The 2019 ‘Living with the Methow River Calendar’ offers monthly information about our river habitat. It also showcases students’ artwork created in Methow Arts Education Programs after learning about our rivers from biologists. Learn more about our critters by visiting some the following sites: Twisp Ponds Discovery Center, Cottonwood Trail, The Winthrop Barn Trail, and Whitefish Island.… [Read More]

SEPTEMBER: Critters in the Rivers

September 2019

The 2019 ‘Living with the Methow River Calendar’ offers monthly information about our river habitat. It also showcases students’ artwork created in Methow Arts Education Programs after learning about our rivers from biologists. Learn more about our critters by visiting some the following sites: Twisp Ponds Discovery Center, Cottonwood Trail, The Winthrop Barn Trail, and Whitefish Island.… [Read More]

AUGUST: Critters in the Rivers

August 2019

The 2019 ‘Living with the Methow River Calendar’ offers monthly information about our river habitat. It also showcases students’ artwork created in Methow Arts Education Programs after learning about our rivers from biologists. Learn more about our critters by visiting some the following sites: Twisp Ponds Discovery Center, Cottonwood Trail, The Winthrop Barn Trail, and Whitefish Island.… [Read More]

JULY: Critters in the Rivers

July 2019

JULY FEATURES Garter Snakes. Garter snakes are exceptional swimmers and use water for both foraging and protection. They feed primarily on fish and amphibians. These “water snakes” are often considered an indicator of healthy aquatic and riparian systems. (Artwork by 6th grade student Landry Chrastina.) If you live anywhere in North America, chances are you’ve… [Read More]

Critters in the Rivers

2019

The 2019 ‘Living with the Methow River Calendar’ offers monthly information about our river habitat. Learn more about our critters by visiting some the following sites: Twisp Ponds Discovery Center, Cottonwood Trail, The Winthrop Barn Trail, and Whitefish Island. (Artwork by 6th grade student Vance Nielsen.) OCTOBER FEATURES: Ravens are scavengers and can be seen… [Read More]

Station 2: Twisp Ponds Discovery Center

2019

A Methow River Collaborative Project. There are few better places to spend a sunny autumn afternoon than at the Twisp Ponds Discovery Center located at 53 Twisp River Road, Twisp, WA. Located just a half mile out of Twisp on Twisp River Road, the Twisp Ponds site is a complex of streams, rearing ponds, meandering… [Read More]

Station 5: Cottonwood Trail

Methow River Collaborative, 2019

A Methow River Collaborative Project. Visit Cottonwood Trail on Old Twisp Highway and explore nature through a captivating trail system that is equipped with learning. Cottonwood Trail is the perfect place for a picnic and dipping your toes in the cool river. Find numerous interpretive signs placed on several different trail systems throughout the site.… [Read More]

Methow River Collaborative bridges art, water, community and learning

2019

Have you noticed unique artworks sprinkling the Methow Valley? Find more articles, artwork, trails, activities and updates HERE. Coordinated by Methow Arts, the Methow River Collaborative is a project of the Department of Ecology, Methow Salmon Recovery Foundation, Bureau of Reclamation and Methow Arts Alliance. True to the Methow, the project uses locally crafted artwork… [Read More]

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