Learn where to find amphibians in Clark County, Washington, March 11

Photo by Couleur, courtesy Creative Commons Ever wonder where you can find amphibians in Clark County, Washington? On Thursday, March 11, Shell Devlaeminck from the South West Amphibian Monitoring Project, also known as SWAMP, will give a virtual presentation on amphibian sites throughout Clark County. Devlaeminck has surveyed amphibians with SWAMP for five years. During … Continue reading Learn where to find amphibians in Clark County, Washington, March 11

Tri-Met gradually resuming operations after shutdown from snow and ice, while C-Tran has limited service

The MAX Blue Line train crosses the Steel Bridge in Portland, Oregon. (photo by Cheryl Landes) The President's Day weekend snow and ice storm caused Tri-Met in Portland, Oregon, to shut down yesterday. As of this morning, some MAX lines and bus routes are operating again with limited service. Check for updates at trimet.org/#alerts. Tri-Met … Continue reading Tri-Met gradually resuming operations after shutdown from snow and ice, while C-Tran has limited service

Brrrurgers, Bites, & Brews this week in Clark County, Washington

The bar at Loowit Brewing Company, one of the breweries and taphouses participating in the 2021 Brrrugers, Bites, & Brews in Vancouver, Washington (photo by Cheryl Landes) Support the Police Activities League (PAL) of Southwest Washington and Clark County breweries and taphouses at Brrrurgers, Bites, & Brews, Sunday, January 30 through Saturday, February 6. Here's how … Continue reading Brrrurgers, Bites, & Brews this week in Clark County, Washington

Seventh annual Race for Warmth 100% virtual

Help Clark County, Washington, residents in need pay for their utility bills at the seventh annual Race for Warmth. The event is 100% remote this year January 29-31 due to safety restrictions from COVID. Choose from suggested routes from Clark Public Utilities, the sponsor, or create your own 5K or 10K journey. Registration is $30 … Continue reading Seventh annual Race for Warmth 100% virtual

Go on a virtual haunted tour of Clark County, Washington

Photo by Cheryl Landes Get a close-up look at Clark County's spooky side at a series of virtual haunted walking tours this month. Each tour focuses on different locations, from the county's cemeteries to Officers Row at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site in Vancouver, Washington. Here's the full schedule: October 9 – Pat Jollota’s … Continue reading Go on a virtual haunted tour of Clark County, Washington