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Regional Events

Upcoming Events:


Project WET Workshops in the Northwest

For more information please contact Naomi Alhadeff at or 406-542-2803.

Habitat Steward Training – The goal of the Habitat Stewards training program is to empower members of the community to help restore and maintain habitat for wildlife in their area as they volunteer for NWF and other local non-profits involved in habitat conservation. During the trainings, we bring in experts from the local community to speak for 45-60 minutes about various concepts relevant to habitat restoration and environmental stewardship. We want to give community members an opportunity to learn how to be good stewards of the land. If this is of interest to you, join us on September 6, 8, 13, 15, and 20. Sign-ups will begin on August 1st. Check out our Garden for Wildlife Missoula Instagram for more updates @gardenforwildlifemissoula or our Facebook at Missoula Community Wildlife Habitat.

Guided Missoula Urban Water Quality Experience Tour –Looking to explore Missoula’s certified wildlife habitats and the best management practices they display to help improve our watershed?  Join our AmeriCorps member, Kassie Robakiewicz, as she leads a guided tour to learn about the importance of gardening for wildlife, what can be done to help reduce the number of pollutants entering our river, and how you can improve your wildlife habitats. A certified wildlife habitat is a step toward replenishing resources for wildlife—both locally and along migratory corridors and we want to show you some great examples that Missoula holds on August 4, 2022 at 6 PM or August 6, 2022 at 10 AM. The tour will be a 2.45-mile loop displaying 5 separate certified wildlife habitats in Missoula including Western Cider, the Missoula Urban Development Project, Soil Cycle, Montana Natural History Center, and the Ogren Park Allegiance Field. RSVP here for August 4th and here for August 6th


Demonstration Rain Garden Workshop – Join us on September 7th at the Missoula Urban Demonstration Project (MUD) at 6 PM to learn about installing your own rain garden. Our AmeriCorps member will be giving a short presentation about gardening for wildlife while explaining how she created a rain garden at MUD. An AmeriCorps member from Missoula Stormwater Utility will also be giving a brief presentation about stormwater in Missoula. Come out and enjoy some drinks and snacks and receive prizes as we learn together. Sign up here:



Natural Resources Workshop: $75.00
July 13-15  |  9:00am-4:00pm
Spokane County Water Resource Education Center  |  1004 N. Freya St., Spokane, WA

This three-day workshop focuses on forestry, water resources and agriculture. Teachers will receive lessons and guides from Project Learning Tree, Project WET and Project WILD as well as learn about agriculture in our region and the Spokane Aquifer. They will also receive information on food production, nature and science, forest products, grain tubes and forest habitat. This workshop is for K-12 educators. The cost to teachers is $75 and teachers will receive 18 FREE Washington STEM approved clock hours.

Early Childhood Educator Workshop: $40.00
Thursday, July 16  |  9:00am - 4:00pm
Spokane County Water Resource Education Center  |  1004 N. Freya St., Spokane, WA

This one-day workshop is for K-2nd educators. Teachers will receive lessons and guides from Growing Up WILD (Project WILD) and Getting Little Feet WET (Project WET). Growing Up WILD is an early childhood education program that builds on children’s sense of wonder about nature and invites them to explore wildlife and the world around them. Getting Little Feet WET is an award-winning, non-profit water education program that facilitates and promotes awareness, appreciation, knowledge, and stewardship of water resources through the dissemination of classroom-ready teaching aids and the establishment of internationally sponsored Project WET programs. The cost to teachers is $40 and educators will receive 6 FREE Washington STEM approved clock hours.

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