South Sound: Crown Jewel Wilderness the N. Cascades Natl. Park - Olympia

Calendar
South Sound
Date
January 8, 2018 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Location
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Description

Lauren Danner, Ph.D. presents Crown Jewel Wilderness, the North Cascades National Park Just in time to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the North Cascades National Park, this talk will  chronicle the park’s creation. The remote, rugged and stunningly beautiful north Cascade peaks have been protected from development for generations to come.

Lauren Danner, PhD, is a writer and historian based in Olympia, Washington. She focuses on public  lands policy, Pacific Northwest and environmental history, and outdoor recreation. A former college professor, museum director and Washington State field coordinator for the Lewis and Clark bicentennial, she now writes at wildernesswithinher.com.

Location information

Lord Mansion (Capitol Museum Coach House)

State
Washington
City
Olympia 98501
Street
211 21st Avenue SW

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