Fall Conservation Book Club Gathering

 

 

 

 

Save the Date for our Fall Conservation Book Club!

The Greenbelt Conservation Book Club is an inclusive and informal group that meets quarterly to discuss a range of local to worldwide conservation issues. Our goal is to expand our learning and knowledge based on our readings and each other through thoughts, personal experiences, and good conversations. Participation is free and open to all. Books are chosen by group consensus and each quarterly gathering will take place voluntarily at a host’s home. Claim your spot below!

Please follow this link to help choose the book we will read and discuss on October 17th. We will announce the most preferred book on August 27th.

Book Club Host:
We’re looking for a host for the Fall Conservation Book Club. Please email blythe@greenbeltlandtrust.org with interest in hosting this wonderful, curious and engaged group in your home.

Book Buying:
You can buy books anywhere, but Grass Roots provides a 15% club discount upon mention of the Greenbelt Conservation Book Club. If you purchase through Amazon, please consider supporting Greenbelt at the same time through AmazonSmile!

Conservation Book Club (10/17/19)

History of Bald Hill Farm :: 30 Years Series

 

 

 

 

Calling all local history buffs! Come and learn more about the fascinating history of Bald Hill Farm, from Kalapuya through western settler migration. We’ll delve into the world of the extensive Mulkey family whose name graces the property’s creek and ridgeline, and trace back local tales through oral and written documents. Space is limited to 30 for this free event.

This will be a slow, easy walk with many stops and considerable standing.