Island of Rivers: The natural history and future health of an island ecosystem

Timmcnulty Tim McNulty

Saturday, October 6 4 pm

Fort Worden State Park Wheeler Theatre

Poet, nature writer and conservationist Tim McNulty will discuss the history and development of the Olympic ecosystem.  Tim’s talk will highlight the interrelationships between landscape, climate and biological communities, endemic species and past climatic upheavals.  He’ll also look into the challenges facing this island ecosystem in an uncertain future.

Tim has long been active in Northwest literary and environmental communities.  His poems are published in journals and anthologies in the U.S.and abroad; his essays and articles on forests, wildlife and conservation have appeared in numerous anthologies, magazines and newspapers, and his natural history writings have been translated into German, Japanese and Chinese.Tim lives with his family in the foothills of Washington’s Olympic Mountains. 
Admission: Members $5/Non-members $8