Earthday 2000

at the

University of Washington Bothell

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 All events will be held in the UWB Commons (Canyon Park), are free and open to the general public. Come join us for this celebration of the earth and learn about native plants and ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest. Displays and information from a variety of groups from the North King County/Snohomish region will be available as well as displays from local native plant organizations and nurseries. We will even be giving away some native plants!

Wednesday, April 19th

Theme - Earth and its people

Open classroom sessions led by UWB faculty & students

8:45-10:50 - Human Rights and the Earth, Professor Bruce Kochis

1:15-3:20 - Pacific NW Ecosystems, Professor Warren Gold

3:30-5:35 - Restoring damaged ecosystems, Professor Martha Groom

5:45-7:50 - Community and the environment, Professor JoAnn DeFiore

Thursday, April 20

Theme - Native Pacific Northwest Plants & Ecosystems

8:45-10:50 - Environmental Ethics open classroom session , Professor Mike Gillespie

1:00 - 2:00 - Native Plants and the Future of Native Food Systems, Eric Foley, WA Native Plant Expert

2:15- 3:15 -How to create your own native plant garden, Clay Antieau, Native Plant Expert

3:30-4:30 - - Native American uses of native plants in the PNW region, Hank Gobin, Tulalip Tribes


For more information please contact Nancy Hahn by email at or by phone at (425) 333-6889.