November 13th in Seattle

November 13th in Seattle

Join us for a special presentation of Crown Jewel: Creating North Cascades National Park. North Cascades National Park is remote, rugged, spectacularly majestic, and 50 years old this year. Writer and historian, Lauren Danner, chronicles the park’s creation in 1968. The story is a window into the modern environmental movement in the Pacific Northwest and a reminder that national parks are not only wild landscapes of national significance, but the result of political negotiation and compromise. In addition to Lauren’s thought-provoking presentation, you’ll have a chance to mix and mingle with others who love the Methow Valley. Plus we’ll bring dessert from beloved Methow bakers! REI requests your RSVP, though last minute attendees and friends are always welcome! Photo by Lauren Danner. First published in November 2018

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