Saturday 28 April 20189:00 AM - 2:00 PMAdd to calendar
Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture, 2316 W. First Avenue, Spokane, Washington, 99201, United StatesView map
Program Description: Join local author and naturalist Jack Nisbet as he guides a half-day bus tour journey back in time through the flood-carved landscapes and Palouse Hills to Steptoe Butte. The focus of the tour will be on the trees, shrubs, and wildflowers that supported this Ice Age fauna. Tour fee includes a boxed lunch. Spring wildflowers image courtesy of Keith Lazelle. *Free parking available on the Museum's campus.
A similar program sold out last year so register now!
Cost: $90 Members, $100 Non-Members;
Limit: 30 maximum
About the Presenter: Jack Nisbet is a Spokane-based writer and naturalist who first explored Northwest mammoths in his book Visible Bones, and has never really stopped. His most recent book, Ancient Places, continues his efforts to incorporate geologic time and scale into stories about everyday life in the Inland Northwest. He is a graduate of Stanford University.