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Community briefs: August 27, 2014

Community briefs: August 27, 2014

This week: Marbeled murrelet topic of talk on Sept. 2 and No Duck Race this year
Local groups begin making plans for long-term recovery

Local groups begin making plans for long-term recovery

By Marcy Stamper
Although hundreds of people are still literally digging out from the devastation of the wildfire—and firefighters still working to control it—a network of individuals and organizations has begun building a network for longer-term recovery. Some 40 people from local social-service agencies, …
Community briefs: July 30, 2014

Community briefs: July 30, 2014

This week: Spaghetti feed benefit on Aug. 9, Free athletic physicals on Aug. 10, and Along the North Cascades Highway at Sun Mountain Lodge
Farmers, ranchers lose livestock, pastures, trees to fire

Farmers, ranchers lose livestock, pastures, trees to fire

By Marcy Stamper

Farmers and ranchers have been scrambling to bring cattle to safety and deal with fire that threatened fields and farm equipment, but it will be months—even years—before the full impact of the Carlton Complex Fire on …

Community briefs: June 25, 2014

Community briefs: June 25, 2014

This week: Help with ‘Friday Food Program’ because kids eat on weekends, too, Charley family DVD at Interpretive Center June 29, learn All about mushrooms, Get your berries and Livestock deadline extended
Conservancy’s Methow Out My Window book event at Door No. 3

Conservancy’s Methow Out My Window book event at Door No. 3

Door No. 3 in Twisp will host a Methow Conservancy presentation of the Methow Out My Window book project on Tuesday (June 10) from 7 – 8:30 p.m. The project is a collaboration involving the Conservancy, Door No. 3, the master bookmakers at Mighty Tieton in the Yakima Basin, and 17 Methow Valley artists. The local artists...
Community briefs: June 4, 2014

Community briefs: June 4, 2014

This week: ‘Weed-a-thon’ fundraiser for LBHS students on Thursday, June 5, Metal drive continues Saturday and Vacation Bible school in July.
Community briefs: May 21, 2014

Community briefs: May 21, 2014

This week: Syrup will be provided; Methow Conservancy hosts dinner, concert; Farm tours, potluck at Crown S Ranch; Raptors at Interpretive Center; Shafer Museum opens for season; Farmers Market at Pateros; Spanish classes for kids; Pridefest set for June 15 and Community market in Marblemount
Environmentalist, author, journalist Bill McKibben speaks this weekend in Winthrop

Environmentalist, author, journalist Bill McKibben speaks this weekend in Winthrop

By Laurelle Walsh
Rarely, but every so often, does a bona fide rock star make an appearance in our fair valley. On Sunday (May 18), Bill McKibben, a certifiable rock star of the …
Flower power

Flower power

Methow Conservancy Educational Programs Director Mary Kiesau led 10 plant lovers on a “Wildflower Walk and Talk” above Riser Lake last Friday. Arrowleaf balsamroot, lupine and service berry were among the floriferous displays. The next wildflower walk is scheduled for May 14.