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In this Issue
January 2021

  • Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities
  • February Film Series 2021
  • Black History Month
  • In the Community
Come volunteer with us for a COVID-safe tree planting along a section of Burnt Bridge Creek! We have two dates and multiple time slots for you and your household to choose from. Registration prior to the event is required. To register please click the links below:

Tree Planting on Saturday February 20th:

Tree Planting on Saturday March 20th:

As a reminder: face masks are required, please bring your own water bottles, snacks and gloves if you have them, wear closed-toed shoes, and dress accordingly for the weather. We look forward to safely planting trees with you!

Questions? Email us at
February Film Series
Save the date! We are excited to announce that February's Film will be "Ay Mariposa". Prior registration is required to watch the film. Space is limited!

Registration instructions:
1. Go to this link to register
2. Click on the button that says "Pre-order now for free"
3. Enter password: TWA21
4. A reminder email will be sent to you 24 hours before viewing begins

Upcoming Films:

Register anytime (space is limited). Password is the same for every month (TWA21)

March 21-23rd: The Pollinators

April 25-27th: Run Wild Run Free

May 23-25th: Mossville: When Great Trees Fall

June 20-22nd: Common Ground: The Story of Bears Ears
Black History Month

Black Lives Matter today and every day. Beginning February 1st through March 1st, we celebrate Black History Month. Within the last year, we have been learning and unlearning the many ways in which oppressive systemic racism still exists in the United States. Fact to know: The United States is traditionally known as Turtle Island to the Indigenous Peoples of North America and Central America.

Not only have we been learning, but we have also been reflecting on our own individual biases. This work is lifelong and there is still so much to do. As an organization, we will be sharing stories and resources in hope to inspire you to dig deeper this month to dismantle systems of oppression on Black, Indigenous and People of Color.

To begin, we encourage you to check out this list of resources (books, movies, podcasts, etc.) by BIPOC voices. Follow us along on Instagram and Facebook where we will share more information and resources throughout Black History Month.
In the Community
Practicing Biocultural Restoration
Monday February 1st, 1:00 - 4:00PM

River Restoration Northwest
A free virtual event to investigate the practice and values of Biocultural Restoration to help our community acquire increased understanding surrounding the practice of biocultural restoration and to gather some examples from the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Click here to learn more and register.

Urban Landscaping: Tree Pruning
Tuesday February 2, 7:00 - 8:00PM
Master Gardeners Foundation of Clark County
Join the Master Gardeners Foundation for a free virtual webinar about tree pruning basics! Learn how to properly prune your own trees is a terrific way to save money, enjoy your landscape and participate in the care of our urban forest. Click here to learn more and register.

Amphibian Identification Webinar with Char Corkran
Tuesday February 9th, 12:00 - 1:00PM
Clark Conservation District 
Learn how to identify local amphibians in Clark County! Char Corkran, co-author of Amphibians of Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia (1996), will give a virtual presentation about our County’s native amphibians, where to find them, and some simple things you can do to help amphibians on your property. The webinar recording will be posted on the Clark CD website after the event.  Click here to learn more and register. 

Hosting Mason Bees
Saturday February 20th, 9:00AM - 10:00AM
Columbia Land Trust

Join Land Trust Board Member, and our resident mason bee expert, Janet Gifford as she shares her expertise on these extremely effective pollinators and how you can host your very own population right in your backyard. This event is free and will be hosted online. Click here to learn more and register.
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