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Wetlands & Wellies 2018

Sunday October 14, 2018 5:30 pm

A Tour of Wetlands and a Taste of Oregon in Support of Conserving Oregon’s Greatest Wetlands

 

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  • 01
    May.01
    photo contest

    National Wetlands Month Photo Contest #mywetland

    All day
    05-01-2017-05-31-2017

    May 1st is the kick-off of our National Wetlands Month Photo Contest!

    Photo contest submissions can be shared with us on FB/Instagram/Twitter or right here (Photo Submission form below). You could be the winner of our photo contest.

     

    What do you win? ….Your photo will be featured in our annual report, at our Wetlands & Wellies fundraiser and on all our social networks.

     

    We want to know why do you love wetlands? Send us a landscape, a close-up, some wildlife, native plants, your feet in the mud, your favorite bird watching spot and more!

  • 02
    May.02
    photo contest

    National Wetlands Month Photo Contest #mywetland

    All day
    05-02-2017-05-31-2017

    May 1st is the kick-off of our National Wetlands Month Photo Contest!

    Photo contest submissions can be shared with us on FB/Instagram/Twitter or right here (Photo Submission form below). You could be the winner of our photo contest.

     

    What do you win? ….Your photo will be featured in our annual report, at our Wetlands & Wellies fundraiser and on all our social networks.

     

    We want to know why do you love wetlands? Send us a landscape, a close-up, some wildlife, native plants, your feet in the mud, your favorite bird watching spot and more!

  • 03
    May.03
    photo contest

    National Wetlands Month Photo Contest #mywetland

    All day
    05-03-2017-05-31-2017

    May 1st is the kick-off of our National Wetlands Month Photo Contest!

    Photo contest submissions can be shared with us on FB/Instagram/Twitter or right here (Photo Submission form below). You could be the winner of our photo contest.

     

    What do you win? ….Your photo will be featured in our annual report, at our Wetlands & Wellies fundraiser and on all our social networks.

     

    We want to know why do you love wetlands? Send us a landscape, a close-up, some wildlife, native plants, your feet in the mud, your favorite bird watching spot and more!

  • 03
    May.03
    Beaver Dam

    Beaver Stories and Crafts

    10:00 am-12:00 pm
    05-03-2017
    1127 Broadway St, Seaside, OR 97138, USA
    1127 Broadway St, Seaside, OR 97138, USA

    Seaside Library

  • 04
    May.04
    photo contest

    National Wetlands Month Photo Contest #mywetland

    All day
    05-04-2017-05-31-2017

    May 1st is the kick-off of our National Wetlands Month Photo Contest!

    Photo contest submissions can be shared with us on FB/Instagram/Twitter or right here (Photo Submission form below). You could be the winner of our photo contest.

     

    What do you win? ….Your photo will be featured in our annual report, at our Wetlands & Wellies fundraiser and on all our social networks.

     

    We want to know why do you love wetlands? Send us a landscape, a close-up, some wildlife, native plants, your feet in the mud, your favorite bird watching spot and more!

  • 05
    May.05
    photo contest

    National Wetlands Month Photo Contest #mywetland

    All day
    05-05-2017-05-31-2017

    May 1st is the kick-off of our National Wetlands Month Photo Contest!

    Photo contest submissions can be shared with us on FB/Instagram/Twitter or right here (Photo Submission form below). You could be the winner of our photo contest.

     

    What do you win? ….Your photo will be featured in our annual report, at our Wetlands & Wellies fundraiser and on all our social networks.

     

    We want to know why do you love wetlands? Send us a landscape, a close-up, some wildlife, native plants, your feet in the mud, your favorite bird watching spot and more!

  • 06
    May.06
    photo contest

    National Wetlands Month Photo Contest #mywetland

    All day
    05-06-2017-05-31-2017

    May 1st is the kick-off of our National Wetlands Month Photo Contest!

    Photo contest submissions can be shared with us on FB/Instagram/Twitter or right here (Photo Submission form below). You could be the winner of our photo contest.

     

    What do you win? ….Your photo will be featured in our annual report, at our Wetlands & Wellies fundraiser and on all our social networks.

     

    We want to know why do you love wetlands? Send us a landscape, a close-up, some wildlife, native plants, your feet in the mud, your favorite bird watching spot and more!

  • 06
    May.06
    Beaver Movie Screening

    Beaver Tales Art Exhibit Opens

    All day
    05-06-2017-05-31-2017
    612 Broadway St, Seaside, OR 97138, USA
    612 Broadway St, Seaside, OR 97138, USA

    Fairweather Gallery and Beach Books hosts The Beaver Tales Art Exhibit throughout the month of May.

  • 06
    May.06

    Rock Paper Turtle Art for Wetlands

    11:00 am-7:00 pm
    05-06-2017-05-08-2017
    3151 Cottonwood Ct, West Linn, OR 97068, USA
    3151 Cottonwood Ct, West Linn, OR 97068, USA

    Join The Wetlands Conservancy and artists Jan Rimerman and Dave Haslett in celebrating National Wetlands Month 2017. Neptune Studios will be showcasing the work of Jan Rimerman, Dave Haslett, Larry Olson and Candace Wilson.

    25% of each sale goes directly to The Wetlands Conservancy for TWC Nyberg Preserve Western Pond Turtle habitat project.

  • 06
    May.06
    Frances Backhouse

    Frances Backhouse Author of Once They Were Hats

    1:00 pm-3:00 pm
    05-06-2017
    616 Broadway St, Seaside, OR 97138, USA
    616 Broadway St, Seaside, OR 97138, USA

    Beavers, those icons of industriousness, have been gnawing down trees, building dams, shaping the land, and creating critical habitat in North America for at least a million years. Once one of the continent’s most ubiquitous mammals, they ranged from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and from the Rio Grande to the edge of the northern tundra. Wherever there was wood and water, there were beavers — 60 million (or more) — and wherever there were beavers, there were intricate natural communities that depended on their activities. Then the European fur traders arrived.

    In Once They Were Hats, Frances Backhouse examines humanity’s 15,000-year relationship with Castor canadensis, and the beaver’s even older relationship with North American landscapes and ecosystems. From the waterlogged environs of the Beaver Capital of Canada to the wilderness cabin that controversial conservationist Grey Owl shared with pet beavers, Backhouse goes on a journey of discovery to find out what happened after we nearly wiped this essential animal off the map, and how we can learn to live with beavers now that they’re returning.