North Olympic Library System’s winter speaker series to begin Tuesday

PORT ANGELES — Heidi Connor and Josh Geffre will present “Elwha Fish Tales in the Upper Elwha: Updates Since Dam Removal” at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

The free Zoom presentation is the first lecture in Olympic National Park’s Perspective winter speaker series and is hosted by the North Olympic Library System.

Attendance is limited to the first 100 people to register at www.nols.org; the program will also stream on the NOLS Facebook page.

Future lectures include: “Revisiting Stratigraphy of the Eocene to Miocene Sedimentary Rocks on the Olympic Peninsula,” Erin Donaghy, Feb. 8; “Forest Restoration on Exposed Sediments Along the Elwha River,” James Kardouni and Jenise M. Bauman, March 8; and “Klamath River Restoration,” Josh Chenoweth, April 12.

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