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

9  Junior Streamkeepers (sold out)

15 Hoot

22 Seasons of the Otter

29  First Flight: Hummingbirds Story (sold out)

August

11 The Way of Trout (10am)

12 Beavers (7pm)

13 The Way of Trout (4pm)

17 Salmon in the Forest (10am)

18 Salmon in the Forest (2pm)

19 Salmon in the Forest (4pm)

25 Forest Dynamics (7pm)

September

10 & 19 Creatures of the Night

16 Beavers

22, 23,24 Salmon in the Forest

30 First Flight: Hummingbird Story

October

5 Killer Whale Tales

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)