Learn about the hidden world of the Yakima River Canyon on March 7, at 5:30 p.m. at the Museum of Culture & Environment, with a presentation from outdoor enthusiast, writer, and emeritus professor of geography at CWU, Jim Huckabay. This presentation will focus on the canyon as a lifeline: a tremendous energy source for animals and plants that links the snow-capped Cascades to the Pacific Ocean. It will be followed by a discussion about the canyon and its importance our lives.
This free event is part of a series of events at the MCE celebrating the Yakima River. Be sure to see the MCE’s newest exhibition Voices of the River: Life Along the Yakima. Look for other upcoming events at the MCE, at www.cwu.edu/museum
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