Photos by Amanda Anderson
In the days since the Conservation Breakfast event, we have been reflecting on the beauty, abundance, and resilience of the Olympic Peninsula.
Loni Greninger’s opening and song about coming together for a common purpose just like those working together to paddle a canoe as well as the words of Hansi Hals, Randy Johnson, and Cathy Lear about the power of collaboration to make really big things happen were incredibly moving. We left feeling energized by our community’s enthusiasm for this work and hopeful about the future of this place.
Thank you to those that joined us in-person and online! Weren’t able to attend or want to watch it again? The event recording is already available to watch, rewatch, share, and enjoy.
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Out Standing in the Field Award
We were delighted to honor the Dungeness River Management Team with the 10th Out Standing in the Field Award for their long-term visioning and commitment to what has become one of the biggest restoration projects currently happening in Washington State – the levee setback and floodplain restoration on the lower Dungeness River.
Congrats to the Dungeness River Management Team, and thank you for all that you do for the Dungeness River!