Reconnect Earth is excited to announce our schedule of winter and spring trips for students is now available online! Sign up here to join us for a hike or other excursion focused on deepening our relationship with the landscape of Northwest Washington.
This winter and spring Reconnect Earth will be leading hikes through the forests and mountains around Bellingham; exploring the history of colonialism, immigration, and Indigenous sovereignty that has shaped the landscape we now live in; and traveling to Olympia to participate in the 2019 Environmental Lobby Day at the State Capitol.
From hiking to wild places like Lost Lake in the Chuckanut Mountains and the Chanterelle Trail overlooking Lake Whatcom, to visiting sites in downtown Bellingham that have born witness to struggles over Indigenous and immigrant rights, Reconnect Earth’s winter and spring 2019 trips are opportunities to see Northwest landscapes in an eye-opening new way. See the full list of trips and sign up here!