This calendar primarily lists conservation events occurring in the Salish Sea of the Pacific Northwest. It also lists some climate action/climate crisis and survival/extinction events elsewhere since the climate crisis and extinction affect everywhere.
2022-01-25: Stream Stewards Training (in Kitsap County) Starts
Sponsored by Washington State University, Kitsap Extension, this thorough course teaches you not only about the stream ecosystem, but also of the Kitsap’s ecosystems.
For more information and to register, go to https://extension.wsu.edu/kitsap/water-stewardship/stream-stewards/ or contact Program Contact: Water Stewardship Program Coordinator, Amy Smalley, (360) 228-7303 • firstname.lastname@example.org
2022-01-26: Sea Lions of Salish Sea (virtual program)
When: 26 Jan. 2022, 6 p.m.
Presented by The Friends of Fort Flagler
For more info, go to friendsoffortflagler.com
2022-01-30 and 31, and 2022-02-01: The Secret Life of Bears (National Geographic Live)
What: “Conservation ecologist Rae Wynn-Grant works in the expansive American Prairie Reserve to protect and restore iconic wildlife populations, including North American black and grizzly bears, in a region once known for its great number of wild animals.”
Where and When: The live presentation at Benaroya Hall in Seattle will be given three times in 2022: Jan. 30, Jan. 31, and Feb. 1.
For details and ticket prices, please go to https://seattlesymphony.org/en/benaroyahall/bh-calendar/2021-2022/21natgeo1 (accessed 11 Dec. 2021) or search National Geographic Live Seattle.
2022-02-27 and 28 and 2022-03-01: A Voice for Nature (National Geographic Live)
What: “Dutch photographer Jasper Doest explores the beautiful and fragile relationship between humankind, wildlife, and our shared planet.”
Where and When: The live presentation at Benaroya Hall in Seattle will be given three times in 2022: Feb. 27, Feb. 28, and Mar. 1.
For details and ticket prices, please go to https://seattlesymphony.org/en/benaroyahall/bh-calendar/2021-2022/21natgeo2 (accessed 11 Dec. 2021) or search National Geographic Live Seattle.
2022-03-19: Advancing Climate Justice to Promote Health Equity
Adrienne Hampton will present on “Advancing Climate Justice to Promote Health Equity.” Why do adverse climate changes and environmental disasters disproportionately affect the poor and people of color?
When: 19 Mar. 2022, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Sponsored by Enl!ghten Kitsap Community Forum. Enl!ghten is proud to be a partner with Kitsap Regional Library.
⸺ source: calendar section of http://www.enlightenkitsap.org/ (accessed 15 Oct. 2021) [Please check this link closer to the time of the event to see if there have been any changes.]
2022-03-27, 2022-03-28 and 29: Secrets of the Whales (National Geographic Live)
What: “Dive deep into the groundbreaking science of whale families — and their startlingly human parallels — through the awe-inspiring work of celebrated National Geographic underwater photographer Brian Skerry.”
Where and When: The live presentation at Benaroya Hall in Seattle will be given three times in 2022: Mar. 27, Mar. 28, and Mar. 29
For details and ticket prices, please go to https://seattlesymphony.org/en/benaroyahall/bh-calendar/2021-2022/21natgeo3 (accessed 11 Dec. 2021) or search National Geographic Live Seattle.