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Registration form at Deadline to register February 16, 2021 40 hours of free citizen science training, ZOOM lectures and small-group hands-on field exploration. Participants pledge to return 40 hours of volunteer service in one year. Learn about the Salish Sea from local experts. Find out about volunteer opportunities that will help you make a difference in your community. Questions? Email
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This meeting will take place via Zoom video conference. Visit the Town of La Conner's website for meeting login details.
Start Time: 9:30 AM
This meeting will take place via Zoom video conference. Visit the Town of La Conner’s website for meeting login details.

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Seattle-Tacoma, WA) Join KNKX and BirdNote on Thursday, March 11 at 4 p.m. PT for Winter Birds in the Skagit Valley, an immersive online journey to Western Washington’s Skagit Valley to see and hear the spectacular array of migratory birds that make this region their home during the winter. Trumpeter Swans, Snow Geese, Bald Eagles and Peregrine Falcons are just some of the amazing birds that will be featured. The event will bring together bird experts, an outdoor adventure guide, and a Dakota storyteller who will share a bird story. Anyone who loves nature will enjoy this virtual trip to the farmlands, wetlands, estuaries, marine waters, prairies and forests of the Skagit Valley to see the birds. Get more information and register for this free Zoom event at Winter Birds in the Skagit Valley will be hosted by Dr. Trina Bayard, Director of Bird Conservation at Audubon Washington and science advisor to BirdNote. The event’s special guest panelists are Stephanie Fernandez, founder of Skagit Guided Adventures; Jeff Osmundson, President of Skagit Audubon Society; and Fern Naomi Renville, Dakota storyteller and theatre artist. About KNKX KNKX is an ambassador for jazz and blues, and a vital source of quality, non-commercial news, including NPR and regional coverage. The KNKX programming staff are storytellers who reach deeply into the community to reflect the voices of our people, our region and beyond. KNKX is funded by a loyal community of listeners who value the station’s independence. KNKX operates a network of 12 radio signals that cover Western Washington, reaching 200,000 listeners weekly. In addition, and KNKX’s 24-hour jazz stream,, reach 400,000 listeners every month online. KNKX has more than 26 million views on its YouTube channel of jazz and blues performances. About BirdNote BirdNote is a public media program that brings joy, inspiration, and hope to millions of people around the world who value birds and the environment we share. 88.5 KPLU/KNKX is the flagship station for BirdNote, now celebrating 16 years of inspirational storytelling. You can hear the two-minute show every day on KNKX, at, via the podcast, and through social media. features nearly 1,800 stories with accompanying photos and hundreds of videos. By telling vivid, sound-rich stories about birds and the challenges they face, BirdNote inspires listeners to care about the natural world — and take steps to protect it. Photo credit: Mike Hamilton Contact: Brenda Goldstein-Young, Dir. of Community Outreach and Events Cell: 425-941-5205

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The rose is America’s most popular flower and is one of the very oldest in cultivation. There are thousands of different rose varieties to lure us with their history and fragrance. In this webinar, John Christianson and staff rosarian, Nancy Stewart review methods for rose selection, rose placement, along with their care, and also share their favorite new roses for 2021. Discover a rose that intrigues your imagination and take notes on varieties that are recognized for their fragrance, disease-resistance, ease of care, and those well suited for the Pacific Northwest. Webinar fee: Complimentary. To register, visit our Classes & Workshops page on

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