Navigation Sat, March 18, 9am-6pm Learn to read a map and compass, and what the difference is between true north and magnetic north. Most of the day will be spent practicing navigating off-trail, both using a map and compass and using terrain features to find your way. Cost: $70; or $60 for Cascadia Wild members. This class is also part of the trip leader training program. Location: Carpools leave from the Gateway Park and Ride.
Or to pay by check, please provide your name, email, phone number, and the class(es) you are signing up for. Mail a check, made out to Cascadia Wild, to 5431 NE 20th Ave, Portland, OR 97211.
Wild Edible Plant Outing Sunday, April 23, 10am-6pm Join us as we learn to identify different plants and learn their food value, with a focus on spring greens. Location: Mt Hood National Forest. Carpools leave from Gateway Park and Ride.
This event is FREE. A $5-10 donation is encouraged to support Cascadia Wild, but is not required.
Contact Cascadia Wild for more information and to RSVP.
Habitats and Forest Zones of the Cascades Sat, Oct 1, 2016, 9am-6pm Drive across the Cascades to experience first hand the wide variety of different ecosystems and habitat types. We will talk about the concept of a habitat, learn to identify different tree species and what they can tell you about the habitat, and learn why this is important for any naturalist skills, including animal tracking. Cost: $75; or $60 for Cascadia Wild members. This class is also part of the trip leader training program. Location: Carpools leave from the Gateway Park and Ride.