Imagine Your Community..
A Wildlife Habitat
Native Edible Plants
Saturday, May 17, 2014
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
How to Certify Your Yard as a Wildlife Habitat*
10:00 AM Coffee and Cookies
Meeting begins at 10:15 AM
King County Library Conference Room
Newcastle Way, Newcastle
Open to all Ages
Photos from the Meeting and Walk with Reed Ingalls
* Program of the National Wildlife Federation
and the Newcastle Wildlife Habitat Team
to Certify Cities as a Wildlife Habitat Communities
10:00 - Coffee & Cookies
10:15 - Welcome & Introductions
10:30 - Wildlife Habitat Program
11:00 - Native Edible Plants
11:45 - Volunteer Help with Earth Day Wildlife Booth - Door Prizes!
What did Pacific Northwest indigenous people eat before Safeway and McDonald's dotted the landscape? Reed Ingalls of Newcastle shares his knowledge of nutrient rich edible plants found in our local forests and fields.
Reed, an avid hiker and backpacker, lives in Newcastle and serves as secretary for the Weed Warriors, a Wa State Non Profit Charitable Organization, and is a Team Member with the National Wildlife Federation to certify Newcastle as a Wildlife Habitat Community.
Newcastle Wildlife Habitat Team Members:
Grace Stiller, Habitat Team Leader, National Wildlife Certification Program
Thayer, Reed, Rick, Jane, Jake, Bonnie, Janet, Robin, Mary, Audrey, Diana, and Coleen
Join us for Newcastle Earth Day in Lake Boren Park
April 19th at 10:00 am. All ages welcome.