Crafting Nature Camp will be held June 26-30th from 9am until noon for children ages 5-8. There will be an opportunity to learn from local experts about Native Americans, geology, plants, animals, and how to have fun with nature. The native garden will host fun activities where the kids will learn about and use local plants. There will be arts, crafts and primitive skills along with nature walks at the confluence of the Twisp and Methow Rivers. The camp is free. Email us at email@example.com or call Joey at 206-331-0557 to sign up.
Our MissionOur mission is to create, fund and operate an interpretive center that recognizes the pre-European native inhabitants and portrays the geology and natural history of the Methow Valley.
- Fire – A Native American Tool for Sculpting Canoes to Landscapes by Dale Swedberg September 19, 2017
- Unceded Territories: A Brief History of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation August 8, 2017
- July 30 – Protecting Methow Valley Archaeological Resources by Aaron Naumann July 12, 2017
- Carlton Complex Fire 3 Years Later: An Update on Wildlife & Vegetation Recovery June 18, 2017
- Fire Ecology & Management in NC Washington May 18, 2017
- Welcome May 15, 2017
- What the bugs tell us about streams April 26, 2017