"Engaging multicultural, bilingual community in informal natural science education and building a healthier community as a by-product for getting people safely outdoors."
¡Team Naturaleza! Goals are
Connect people with nature by offering bilingual nature walks and field studies; co-lead by area scientists, artists and trusted community members.
Douglas Creek Hike with BLM on Aug. 29th, 2016
Leavenworth Latino Community Picnic
Sat. Aug 25, 2018
Wildflower Walk in Jacobson Preserve. Mon. April 17, 2017
Empower the community through Natural Science Education, providing the skills and knowledge to be able to return to fields sites independently and safely with their families.
Bird Identification Walk with the community members to teach how to use binoculars, bird guides, journals and bird behavior in the parks
A Guide Tour in the Leavenworth Fish Hatchery. Explain the Salmon Life Cycle,difference between wild salmon and hatchery salmon and its value for the environment
Engage attendees, volunteers, students in conservation discussions and issues to get informed about conservation action plans in the community.
A Bull Trout Aquatic Survey on August 23, 2013. Attendees learned about the Bull Trout Habitat, Life Cycle, behavior and the issues that Bull Trout fish are faced in modern life.