2/16 Science Matters: Primitive Skills for Postmodern People

Thursday, February 16th at 7:00 pm.  Doors at 6:00.

This is set out to be a perfect beer and science pairing.  The  Chris Webster will be posting up in Fort George’s new Lovell Showroom space to talk about some awesome life skills to be used when technology is not an option.

Nature Matters, a monthly conversation about the intersection of nature and culture, takes place on the third Thursdays of the month through spring. The collaborative series is hosted by Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, North Coast Land Conservancy and the North Coast Watershed Association in partnership with the Fort George.  The series will delve into the many ways that human beings look to the natural world for inspiration, sustenance and survival – the intersection of nature and culture. The next talk is March 15, focusing on the plight of pollinators.

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