At the back of Cascadia Field Guide, we include selected resources for furthering your engagement:
Tools for Exploring Cascadia
Your best tools for enjoying Cascadia, in addition to this special guide, are time and attention. That said, a few simple items can enhance your experiences.
Learn Together with a Hugo House Class: Writing with the Cascadia Field Guide with Sierra Nelson
When: Saturdays in August (Aug 5th to Aug 26th, 4 sessions total), 1:10-3:10 p.m. PST
Where: ONLINE via Zoom
Dive into the poems and naturalist insights in Cascadia Field Guide: Art, Ecology, Poetry--learning about fascinating creatures and plants living in "Cascadia" (Alaska to California, land and ocean). Then we'll generate our own writing (open to any genre) using in-class prompts inspired by the readings and diverse authors. Your writing can connect to any ecosystem; you don't have to live in Cascadia. https://hugohouse.org/product/writing-with-the-cascadia-field-guide/
Teaching with this Guide
We have a few suggestions for ways this book might be used as a teaching tool, whether on the trail or in the classroom.... this section will grow over time.
For Younger Students:
For Older Students:
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Edited by Elizabeth Bradfield, CMarie Fuhrman, Derek Sheffield