Other Events of Interest

WNPS Salal Chapter Program:

The Gottlieb Native Garden: An Intimate Wildlife Journey

Scott Logan, Naturalist, Gottlieb Native Garden, CA



Scott reveals the astonishing range of biodiversity that’s capable of thriving in our backyards when the right plants and habitat are established. As the garden’s naturalist, Scott has identified nearly 500 species of animals in the Gottlieb Native Garden – from tiny insects to some of L.A.’s largest mammals. In his talk, Scott uses spectacular photographs to accompany his wonderfully engaging stories. He’s been a featured speaker at the Annenberg Space for Photography, Autry Museum of the American West, Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens as well as at many garden clubs and environmental organizations. Visit this site to view his work in the Gottleib garden: http://thegottliebnativegarden.com/explore-the-garden/the-naturalists-journal/


Recordings of other WNPS Virtual Events are available on their website.

Skagit Master Gardener Know & Grow Webinar:


Kevin Zobrist

PNW Forest Health


Kevin Zobrist, WSU Extension Forestry, speaks about PNW Forest Health. Recent years of less summer precipitation and higher summer temperatures have caused many native trees, both conifer and deciduous, to become stressed. This makes the trees susceptible to disease, insect damage, and slow death. For more details, see the Skagit Master Gardener Upcoming Events page.

Camano Island in Washington State became the 10th Community Wildlife Habitat in the nation and now boasts over 1,000 Certified Wildlife Habitats. The effort was led by Val Schroeder, who in 2006 was awarded the Federation’s Volunteer of the Year in response to the many nominations by her peers and NWF-affiliates. She continues to build momentum for wildlife-friendly gardens on her island home. Read More