Caminata del Bosque de la Cuenca de Ashland Ashland Watershed Forest Hike (In Spanish) Descubra la hermosa cuenca de Ashland en esta caminata guiada por Evan Barrientos, Asistente de Monitoreo de The Nature Conservancy. Participantes aprenderán sobre las plantas y animalesnativasdelbosqueycomoelProyectodeResilienciaForestaldeAshlandtrabajaparasostenerlasatravésderestauración forestal. Esto será una caminata fácil y apropiada para todas edades. Transportación será provista desde Lithia Park Band Shell parqueadero a las nueve de la mañana. Para preguntas y registrarse, llame (541) 770-7993 x 3# Discover thebeautifulAshlandWatershedona guidedhikeinSpanishledbyEvanBarrientos,MonitoringandOutreachAssistant for The Nature Conservancy. Participants will learn about native plants and animals found along Upper White Rabbit Trail and how the Ashland Forest Resiliency Project works to sustain them through forest restoration. This will be an easy, two-mile hike, suitable for all ages. Transportation will be provided from the Lithia Park Bandshell parking lot. For questions or to register, call (541) 770-7993 x 3#. Journey Through Sacred Place: Birding Arizona Rather than being a travelogue, this presentation explores a mindful approach to being in a beautiful place where biodiversity includes dramatic and varied landscapes, a high density of birds and fascinating people. The Chiracahua Mountains of Southeast Arizona will be the primary focal point of the pictures and stories of this presentation. Please register online at or call the Nature Center at 541-488-6606. AGES 8 & up DAY Thursday DATE Oct 5 TIME 6:30-8pm PLACE NMP Nature Center COST $15 INSTRUCTOR Shannon Rio is a wildlife educator and president of the board of Klamath Bird Observatory. Oregon Native American Basketry Students will learn about traditional Native American culture and history, traditional plants and their uses, traditional weaving techniques, plant identification, harvesting and preparing methods, and Native American vocabulary. Students should bring a water bottle, knife, towel or apron, pen and paper. Students will weave a cedar basket with sweetgrass sedge. Please register online at or call the Nature Center at 541- 488-6606. AGES 12 & up DAY Saturday DATE Sep 30 TIME 9am-4pm PLACE NMP Nature Center COST $150 INSTRUCTOR Stephanie Craig is an enrolled member of the Grand Ronde Tribe and a 7th generation traditional basket weaver with a BA & MA in Cultural Anthropology. EDADES/AGES 7+ DIA/DAY Sábado/Saturday FECHA/DATE Sep 30 HORA/TIME 9am-12pm SITIO/PLACE Lithia Park Band Shell parqueadero/parking lot COSTO/COST Gratis/Free INSTRUCTOR Evan Barrientos habla español y es el Asistente de Monitoreo para The Nature Conservancy en Oregon / Evan Barrientos speaks fluent Spanish and is the SW OR Monitoring and Outreach Assistant for The Nature Conservancy. Register Today! commis s i o n E s t 1 9 0 8 | | 39 nature, science & culture Pre-registration at required for all programs unless otherwise indicated