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Solstice Campfire Celebration & Emergency Conservation Work Party

Tuesday, June 20, 2017 at Blue Skye Farm of Wolf Camp and the Conservation College in the Puyallup Valley

Artwork by Alexis Krauss. Thanks!

All conservationist hands on deck for this summer solstice afternoon and evening! Wolf Camp and the Conservation College at Blue Skye Farm is preparing for its first farmer’s market booth ever, but we are being set back by our big rain garden next to community native trailing blackberry hedge. It’s being overrun by grasses of all kinds, despite weeding since we installed the project a few years ago. Help!

12:00 Pot-Luck Lunch

1:00 Daylight the community-sharing Native Trailing Blackberry sidewalk and driveway edge.

3:00 Weeding invasive grasses out of the 200′ rain garden to save the cranberries, jewelweed, spirea, bilberreis, bog laurel, labrador tea, rushes, sedges, cattails, tules and other native wetland plants.

5:00 Complimentary Campfire Dinner for Afternoon Conservation Volunteers.

7:00 Solstice Campfire Music & Stories

9:24 Jump over the fire to welcome the summer season!

RSVP for the June 20th Solstice Party by clicking HERE

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Other recent past free events included:

Saturday, April 22, 2017 at the Puyallup Pioneer Park Rotary Stage from 9:00-2:00

Join us on Saturday, April 22, 2017 at the Puyallup Farmer’s Market main stage for Profound Stories & EcoMusic with Gene Tagaban, Tim Noah, Cyndi Soup, Kim & Chris Chisholm.

Do you know where trees really come from? They can reverse global warming. Come help Chris & Kim save the earth and receive a complimentary tree from Wolf Camp and the Conservation College, and hear how Tim & Cyndi are launching The Pond Beyond environmental learning center to do it too!

In addition to enjoying Gene Tagaban’s profound stories and Tim Noah’s timeless songs, you’ll get to hear the debut of Chris Chisholm’s music of Wolf Journey while learning about stunning effects of local restoration projects. The schedule includes:

9:00-10:00 Storytelling Raven & Songs with Gene Tagaban

9:30-11:30 The Pond Beyond Music & More with Tim Noah & Cyndi Soup

12:00-2:00 Wolf Camp Earth Day Music, Bird Language, Complimentary Cedar Tree Transplants & More with Kim & Chris Chisholm

Gene Tagaban performing llve with Dana Lyons

The Daiai Lama listening to Gene Tagaban at Key Arena