Mountain Caribou Presentation

Tues, Mar 1, 7-8:30pm, 2016

Explore the world of an animal whose existence is tied to the survival of the world’s largest inland temperate rainforest, and learn about the complicated web of ecological relationships which humans have altered in ways not easily undone.  The plight of the endangered mountain caribou is a parable for many challenges we as a species will face in the decades to come. Note: Doors open at 5:30; dinner starts at 6:00.

DATE: Tuesday, March 1, 7-8:30pm COST: Free LOCATION: Winthrop Barn CONTACT: Methow Conservancy, 509. 996.2870