Cowiche Canyon Conservancy holds a variety of events and activities to increase opportunities for kids and adults to learn about the unique natural environment of the shrub-steppe and connect people to these lands. We work with a variety of partners including other non-profit organizations, schools, and local, state, and federal agencies to engage the community with our work and build support for our conservation work.
Celebrate our shrub-steppe! The Images of the Shrub-Steppe Art Exhibit displays over 50 works in mixed media that offer diverse perspectives of our local landscape. The exhibit will be on display at the Boxx Gallery July 6 through August 24.
Exhibit opening: July 6
Artists reception: July 20
Special Events and Awards to be announced.
by artist Sara Cate
Wednesday, July 17, 7 – 8:30pm
@Single Hill Brewing
Wolves capture our imaginations – whether positively or negatively. As a wildlife biologist turned rancher, Molly Linville has a unique perspective on the benefits and challenges of wolves returning to the state. She will discuss the life history of wolves, their current population in the state, the growing social conflict around this apex predator, and efforts being made to minimize wolf and livestock interactions. She will also recommend what folks can do to keep themselves and their pets safe while enjoying trails.
Join us to learn about the return of wolves to Washington and how we can avoid conflicts with this iconic canine.
Community Walks are open to all ages. Walkers should wear sturdy shoes and outdoor clothes and come prepared for any weather. Walks typically last 1.5 – 2 hours. Feel free to bring binoculars and cameras. Call (509) 248-5065 with questions or email email@example.com. Directions to all of our trailheads can be found on the Trails Page.