Saturday, November 10: 10 - 11:30am at the Otto Preserve Resource Center, 3560 Sunrise Rd
From the pillow basalt at the top of Migley Point, the honeycomb weathering of the Chuckanut Formation and the rugged outcrops of graywacke at Carter Point, Lummi Island tells a story of deep geologic time. Our island was sutured together at a fault zone at Sunrise Cove and covered by mile-high glaciers. Tectonic forces and time have left us with this wonderful dramatic landscape. LIHT Board Member and geologist Elizabeth Kilanowski will talk about the geology of the island and lead a walk in the Otto Preserve.
Wreath Making Workshop
Saturday, November 24: 10am - 3pm at the Otto Preserve Resource Center, 3560 Sunrise Rd
Each year, the Heritage Trust raises funds by selling gorgeous, hand-made wreaths at the Holiday Bazaar. Come and spend an enjoyable time with old friends and new, crafting evergreen wreaths. Snacks and hot cider provided. Bring lightweight garden gloves, pliers and hand clippers.
Heritage Trust Annual Meeting
Saturday, February 9: 7 - 9pm at the Beach Elementary School, 3786 Centerview Rd
Award winning photographer Paul Bannick will present his new program featuring video, sound, stories from the field and remarkable images from his brand-new book: Owl: A Year in the Lives of North American Owls.
Paul uses intimate, yet dramatic, images to follow owls through the course of one year in their distinct habitats. This presentation gives bird lovers a gorgeous photographic tribute, engaging natural history, and a compelling call to preserve the habitats that sustain these iconic birds.