The 14th Annual Conservation Breakfast
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Conservation FOR a Healthy Community
7:00 AM to 8:30 AM
Marcus Pavilion at Saint Martin’s University – 5300 Pacific Ave SE, Lacey, WA 98503
Registration is now closed.
Still want to attend? – Meet us there, walk-ins are welcome.
What do a family doctor, farmer, and school superintendent have in common?
Join us for breakfast to find out!
Enjoy a complimentary breakfast and fabulous program sharing stories of healing, learning and inspiring on the land.
Dr. Stephen Albrecht, family physician with Kaiser Permanente, will share why he prescribes exercise and 361 reasons why it’s better done outdoors. John Peters, Black Lake Resources, will share how his family is using their farm to support the community. Amanda Reed, Executive Director, will be giving updates on Capitol Land Trust’s programs and successes.
And, recognizing Dr. Alex Apostle, Superintendent of Shelton School District, who will share his vision for incorporating nature-based education throughout the school system.
A donation will be requested during the program – donations support Capitol Land Trust’s mission.
Questions? Please contact Alison Beglin, Events Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank You Sponsors!
Thank you Table Captains:
Bill & Joy Justis
Bill Yake & Jeannette Barreca
Black Lake Resources
Bob Van Schoorl & Bob Heck
Bobbie & Norm Schoss
Craig Partridge & Lou Ann Dunlap
Evergreen State College – Graduate Program on the Environment
Gary & Sandra Worthington
Green Diamond Resource Company
Ken Guza & Diana Larsen-Mills
LOTT Clean Water Alliance
Marty & Cleve Pinnix
Panorama Green Team
Patrick & Suzanne Powers
Priscilla & Tom Terry
Rich Boyesen & Penny Black
Squaxin Island Tribe
Steamboat Conservation Partnership