Venture into the beautiful Olympic National Forest on Sunday, November 5 for a rare look at this remote region.
You will explore the intersection of indigenous communities, public land, and climate change on this truly unique excursion led in partnership with the Longhouse and Evergreen faculty.
Relax on a comfortable charter bus with alumni, family, and friends, dine on lunch of local caught salmon, and escape the ordinary with a field trip unlike any you’ve experienced before.
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09:00am – Depart Evergreen
Enjoy coffee and treats while you mingle with fellow alumni, family, and friends.
11:00am – Arrive at Lake Quinault Lodge
A U.S. Forest Service Guide will greet you in the lobby with refreshments and a colorful history of the lodge.
12:00pm – Salmon feast served in the lodge ballroom
During lunch, dive into the history of the region with local tribal members.
01:30pm – 3:30pm – Break-out sessions
Choose from one of the three options:
- Hike in the Olympic Rain Forest with a US Forest Service Guide on the Maple Glade Trail
- Create your own work of art in a hands-on workshop
- Seminar on Unlikely Alliances with faculty member Zoltan Grossman
04:00pm – Depart Lake Quinault Lodge
Relax on the comfortable ride home as you sample craft beverages and snacks.