STREAMKEEPER ACADEMY

PROGRAMS


At the Northwest Stream Center

in Snohomish County’s Mc Collum Park. 

Need Directions?  Go to Contact for a map or give us a call: 425-316-8592

Looking for a PhD’s worth of natural resource science at a very low costs, no pressure to do a thesis, and have a lot of fun at the same time?  If you answered yes to any of these questions, Streamkeeper Academy is for you.  And as you will see by taking a look at the classes, there is something for all ages.


Looking for a great faculty? Classes are conducted by AASF’s in-house naturalists and a great team of adjunct professors recruited from colleges/universities, zoos/aquariums, natural resource agencies/consulting firms, nature photographers and writers.  At Streamkeeper Academy, you will learn a lot and have fun at the same time!


Adopt A Stream Foundation members receive discounts on admission to most events.  Go to Memberships to learn about other benefits.


IMPORTANT MESSAGE:

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR ALL CLASSES BY CALLING 425-316-8592.

LInks to details on each class are on the months below.

  

 

SUMMER AND FALL 2015

July

1   Beavers

8   Over the Hedge

15 Hoot

22 Seasons of the Otter

29  First Flight:  A Mother Hummingbirds Story

TBA Salmon Forest July Series

August

TBA

September

TBA

October

16 All About Bats

November

5 Wolverines

13 Beavers

December

TBA





Want a class tailored to your needs and schedule?


For groups of 20 or more, we will schedule the following popular classes to fit your calendar:


Junior Streamkeeper, Insect Safari, Amphibians of Mystery, Wetland Wigglers & Aquatic InsectsNative Plant Walks, Slugs & SnailsStream and Wetland Ecology Basic Training.


We will also customize these classes to meet age group requirements and curriculum goals that you may have.

WINTER & SPRING 2015

January

16   Beavers

22  Winged Migration

29 White Birds of Winter

February

13 First Flight: Hummingbird story (sold out)

26 The Streamkeeper

March

All About Bears

12 Lynx and Snowshoe Hare

19  Martens

26 Cougars

April

11 Spring Nature Walk

14 & 21Junior Streamkeepers (sold out)

18  Killer Whale Tales

23 The House of Owls

May

7 Native Trees of Western WA

15  A Mother Hummingbirds Story (sold out)

June

2 Junior Streamkeepers (sold out)

11 The Buzz About Bees: the most important

insect in the world

18 Citizen’s Science Meet Sasquatch!

28  Early Summer Nature Walk (sold out)