Once again the Elwha flows freely from its headwaters in the Olympic Mountains to the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Join us for a walking tour on Tuesday, October 7 at 9:00 am to witness the changes along the river and the awesome delta that was created from the sediment behind the dams. Already the Elwha River has replenished the coast, restored the ecosystem and diversity of plants and animals, allowed the migration of spawning salmon, and is restoring the traditional culture of the Elwha Tribe.
Our leader on this walking tour will be Ian Miller, Coastal Hazards Specialist, Washington Sea Grant. The tour will be limited to 12 people.
For reservation, directions, and carpooling information contact Dick Stockment at: 360-775-4790 or firstname.lastname@example.org.