Aiston Preserve Tour

Saturday, Aug 19: 1 - 2:30 pm at the Aiston Preserve, 1130 Beach Ave

Join us for a tour of the new Aiston Preserve at the old quarry property. Come and see this fantastic property. No need to sign up - just show up. Meet at the parking area inside the gate at the end of Beach Ave. Wear sturdy walking shoes for walking on uphill and downhill terrain. Weather related cancellations will be posted to NextDoor the day of the tour. For more information call the Resource Center, 360-758-7997. Please remember, the Aiston Preserve is not yet open to the public while the Trust addresses reclamation and safety issues, please respect the "No Trespassing" signs. Thank you!




Geology Rocks! Walk with Elizabeth

Saturday, October 7: 10 - 11:30 am at the Otto Preserve, 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 has left us with this wonderful dramatic landscape.

Please join us for a presentation on the Geology of Lummi Island. Elizabeth Kilanowski, LIHT Board Member and geologist will talk about the general geology of the island and lead a walk along the Otto Preserve trail to look at one of the unique geologic features of this area.

Elizabeth holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from the University of Minnesota's Institute of Technology and a Master of Science degree in Geology from Western Washington University.

Come learn more about Lummi Island!