A Zoom series on the landscape and people of the valley
In the Methow we care deeply about the land and community. Like other rural communities in the West, the Methow is experiencing increased development pressures, including population growth, the high cost of housing, the disappearance of agricultural land and changing values on place and community. The Methow Conservancy and TwispWorks have partnered to host a five-week class series to provide information and engage the public on these topics.
The series aims to provide information on the current conditions of the Methow Watershed and its people, while considering implications for the future. The five classes will cover topics related to structural changes in the community, culminating in a panel discussion with key stakeholders and organizations on potential solutions and strategies for the future.