Archive for Native Animals

Last Sunday Series: Beavers, Water, Fish & Fire

Join the Methow Valley Interpretive Center for their Last Sunday presentation, Beavers, Water, Fish & Fire.

Can beavers provide hope for the future of our freshwater? There are concerns about low snowpack, reduced river water to supply community needs and our Steelhead, Chinook and Coho populations. Beaver activity can benefit wildlife habitat as well as human communities and economies.

Alexa Whipple , project director of the Methow Beaver Project , shares how beavers historically played a role in shaping fresh water ecosystems and their current status in the Methow Valley.

This program is provided free of charge but donations are gratefully accepted.

The Methow Valley Interpretive Center is located in Building #2 on the TwispWorks campus.

Crafting Nature Kids Camp

The Native Plant Garden at the Methow Valley Interpretive Center will be home to fun, nature-themed art projects, games and activities! Kids will get the chance to learn from local experts and take home their amazing art projects inspired by nature!

This camp is suitable for ages 5-8 and runs from 9AM-12PM, June 24th-28th. Come for one day or all week!

Email the Interpretive Center to sign up your child or call 997-0620 and leave a message.

The Methow Interpretive Center is located in Building #2 on the TwispWorks campus.

This camp is provided free to those who need it, but a $5-$10 daily donation is recommended and goes towards ensuring the Interpretive Center can continue to provide awesome programming!

Crafting Nature Kids Camp

The Native Plant Garden at the Methow Valley Interpretive Center will be home to fun, nature-themed art projects, games and activities! Kids will get the chance to learn from local experts and take home their amazing art projects inspired by nature!

This camp is suitable for ages 5-8 and runs from 9AM-12PM, June 24th-28th. Come for one day or all week!

Email the Interpretive Center to sign up your child or call 997-0620 and leave a message.

The Methow Interpretive Center is located in Building #2 on the TwispWorks campus.

This camp is provided free to those who need it, but a $5-$10 daily donation is recommended and goes towards ensuring the Interpretive Center can continue to provide awesome programming!

Crafting Nature Kids Camp

The Native Plant Garden at the Methow Valley Interpretive Center will be home to fun, nature-themed art projects, games and activities! Kids will get the chance to learn from local experts and take home their amazing art projects inspired by nature!

This camp is suitable for ages 5-8 and runs from 9AM-12PM, June 24th-28th. Come for one day or all week!

Email the Interpretive Center to sign up your child or call 997-0620 and leave a message.

The Methow Interpretive Center is located in Building #2 on the TwispWorks campus.

This camp is provided free to those who need it, but a $5-$10 daily donation is recommended and goes towards ensuring the Interpretive Center can continue to provide awesome programming!

Crafting Nature Kids Camp

The Native Plant Garden at the Methow Valley Interpretive Center will be home to fun, nature-themed art projects, games and activities! Kids will get the chance to learn from local experts and take home their amazing art projects inspired by nature!

This camp is suitable for ages 5-8 and runs from 9AM-12PM, June 24th-28th. Come for one day or all week!

Email the Interpretive Center to sign up your child or call 997-0620 and leave a message.

The Methow Interpretive Center is located in Building #2 on the TwispWorks campus.

This camp is provided free to those who need it, but a $5-$10 daily donation is recommended and goes towards ensuring the Interpretive Center can continue to provide awesome programming!