Second Monday each Month via Zoom – zoom link and agenda to be provided via email to Stewards.
10 am to 10:30: Organizational Announcements
10:30 am: Speaker Presentation: Stormwater and Reforestation
11:30 am: Breakout Rooms for Camano (definitely) and Whidbey (occasionally)
The featured speaker is Adrienne Ross Scanlon. Adrienne is the author of Turning Homeward – Restoring Hope and Nature in the Urban Wild which was a Washington State Book Award Finalist in 2017. Adrienne’s nature writing, personal essays, and other creative nonfiction have appeared in The Fourth River, Pilgrimage, Under the Sun, City Creatures, the American Nature Writing anthologies, For Love of Orcas, and other anthologies and journals. She is the recipient of an Artist Trust Literature Fellowship and a Seattle Arts Commission literary award. Her essay “Salvage” was recognized as notable in Best American Science and Nature Writing 2002.
Last spring, her essay What My Gardens Grew – an ABCdarian appeared in Blue Stem Magazine. We look forward to hearing about the progress on Adrienne’s current project, planting 1,000 trees in Washington.
In our new Zoom format, we start our combined Whidbey and Camano members meeting on the second Monday monthly at 10 am with a short business meeting and organizational updates. Our featured speaker begins at 10:30 am for about an hour. Then after a 5 minute break, we resume in breakout rooms, if desired, for meetings of Camano Members and Whidbey members to get updates on local projects.