The Methow Valley Interpretive Center “Last Sunday” speaker series presents Stephen Slaughter talking about “Landslide Hazards in Washington State” on Sunday, April 24 at 5:30 pm at the Methow Valley Interpretive Center.
Stephen Slaughter is the landslide hazards program manager at the Division of Geology and Earth Resources (a.k.a. the Washington Geological Survey) at the Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR). His eleven year career at DNR has included working as a forest geologist assessing potentially unstable slopes related to forest management activities, earthquakes and post-wildfire for the state of Washington. Stephen, a Washington native, earned both his BS and MS in geology, and has lived on both sides of the Cascade Range. He currently resides in Olympia with his wife and two large cats.
The Methow Valley Interpretive Center presents speakers on the Last Sunday of each month on subjects relating to the cultural and natural history of the Methow Valley. The Methow Valley Interpretive Center is located on the TwispWorks campus at the corner of 5th & Glover St. in Twisp.
All “Last Sunday” programs are free with donations sincerely appreciated. LOCATION: At The Methow Valley Interpretive Center on the TwispWorks campus. DATE: Sun, Apr 24, 5:30. CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org, 509-997-4904