We’re celebrating environmental education the entire week leading up to our annual fundraiser, Dinner in the Woods. Please join us! In this first class, learn the skills of using a dichotomous key as an identification tool in nature.
During this session, taught by Dawson Bell, IslandWood School Day Program Coordinator, we will explore the principles of using a dichotomous key as a useful identification tool! We will be focusing on trees of the Pacific Northwest and building skills to take out into the forest and practice.
(A dichotomous key is a tool for identification that sets up either-or questions, helping lead you to the correct species.)
This virtual class is designed for ages 10 and up.