Aug. 19 – Webinar on the Indigenous People and Natural History of Mt. Rainier NP

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Event Date: August 19, 2020 07:00
Event Organizer: Laurie Kerr
Contact Info: lauriekerr@pacifier.com
Broadband Leader(s): Annie Cubberly & Laurie Kerr
Description:

Join The Great Old Broads for Wilderness on August 19 at 7:00 PM for a Webinar with professor and author Jeff Antonelis-Lapp.  

Jeff is a retired professor from Evergreen State College where he taught Native American Studies, natural history and environmental education.  He is the author of the new book Tahoma and Its People, The Natural History of Mount Rainier National Park, published this spring by Washington State University Press.

We will learn about how Native Americans traveled to Mount Rainier for over 9,000 years, gathering resources unavailable near their lowland villages. We will also explore the effects of climate change extending far beyond the mountain’s retreating glaciers, along with other stories from his new book. Learn more at https://jeffantonelis-lapp.com/

To RSVP and receive Zoom information, email lauriekerr@pacifier.com.

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