Posted by: wolfcampcollege | January 6, 2010

Wolf Journey Adults in Seattle

Our first class of the year got underway this evening. We got to know the new venue, reviewed our observations from nature since the solstice, took a look at a couple samples I brought from deciduous trees which are key to the season (one producing catkins; another retaining berries through the winter), worked on cordage using raffia and then cedar bark, took a look at critical resources for naturalists in the region (pojar, etc.), and then walked onto the UW campus to check out the trees they have, including two from the Top 5 most important families (oak and pine) before calling it a night.

Check out our SEATTLE WOLF JOURNEY CLASS page for a list of upcoming class dates there and in other locations throughout Western Washington.

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