Save-the-Date: Wildlife Awareness Forum in Snoqualmie

Join this in-person forum to learn about local wildlife from experts in wildlife biology, waste management, law enforcement, and urban forestry.

Children are welcome to attend, and light snacks will be served. A Q&A session will follow the speakers.

 Forum includes:

  • Garbage and compost management.
  • Wildlife safety.
  • Hiking best practices.
  • Recommended reading lists for adults, teens, and kids.
  • Coloring activities for kids.

 The event, hosted by the Snoqualmie Ridge Residential Owners Association, the City of Snoqualmie, and the King County Library System Snoqualmie branch, takes place on February 28 from 6 to 730 pm at the Snoqualmie Library.

Wildlife Biologist Kurt Aluzas will talk about wildlife safety. Marcella Manibusan of Waste Management will share best practices for effective garbage management.

ROA Director Amy Atchison, Snoqualmie Police Chief Perry Phipps, and Snoqualmie Stormwater and Urban Forestry Supervisor Phil Bennett will share tips on living with wildlife and answer your questions.

 Learn more about living with wildlife and garbage management.

 For more information, contact Gail Folkins at

[Information provided by the City of Snoqualmie]

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