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ICMGF Continuing Education: Climate Change Impacts on Washington Wildlife, with Niki Desautels, WA Dept of Fish & Wildlife
May 25 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
Climate Change Impacts on Washington Wildlife
In a changing world, supporting wildlife habitat where we live, work, and play is essential for healthy ecosystems. Climate change is increasing pressures on local wildlife and biodiversity is declining worldwide, but there are ways we can help. We will discuss some of the things you can do at home to support wildlife, increase biodiversity, and use the habitats around our home to better understand local wildlife species.
Niki Desautels is the Habitat at Home coordinator for Washington Fish and Wildlife. Habitat at Home, formerly the Backyard Wildlife Sanctuary program, focuses on supporting and expanding wildlife habitat in rural, suburban, and urban areas in Washington State. Certify your wildlife habitat for free at the WDFW website.
The Island County Master Gardener Foundation Membership meeting is held in-person and on Zoom the last Thursday of the month at Pacific Rim Institute. January and February meetings are Zoom only. The public is invited to attend. To request a Zoom link, use the Contact form at https://www.icmgf.org/contact
6:00 pm Social Time
6:30 pm Business Meeting
7:00 pm Continuing Education Presentation
WSU Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of non-compliance may be reported through your local Extension office or to the WSU Center for Human Rights.
Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication or program information or reasonable accommodation need to contact Loren Imes at 406 N Main Street, Coupeville WA, (360) 639-6059 or mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks prior to the event.