June 17th at 6:00pm at the Forest Service Conference Center we will have our normal board meeting and elections. We would like to get some new faces on the board. Requirement is you are a $10 paid member. You can pay at the door if you aren't an active member. The meeting is open to non-members as well. We have 6+/- board meetings a year usually after our guest speaker. This month we take a break from guest speakers so it is just a board meeting. Please come and learn more about our group and the good work we are doing for elk and wildlife in the upper and lower Snoqualmie Valley.
902 SE North Bend Way is the Forest Service Guest Center and Information office. The conference building where we hold our meetings is located right behind it and access is through the open black gate off Thrasher.
Hope to see you there!
Anyone who is interested in volunteering to do some noxious weed clean up, brush removal, minor branch cleaning, let Scott Phelps know at email@example.com. We will be working from 7:00 am until you can't work any longer.
Wolverines and Citizen Science - ‘Team Gulo’
Laurel Baum will present on the Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project with a focus on wolverine monitoring and recent detections from around Washington State. She will provide information on the wolverine population estimate and update from State specialists. Through CWMP Laurel works with over a hundred volunteers a year that dedicate thousands of hours to the monitoring and detections of rare species like wolverine, Canada lynx, gray wolves, and fishers. Expect some amazing photos taken from the field from our volunteer managed wildlife monitoring stations.
Please join us at the Forest Service Conference Center at 6:00pm. The conference center is located just behind the Forest Service Office located at 902 SE North Bend Way. The conference center can be accessed by making the first right turn off Thrasher street.