In addition to teaching at the University of Washington, Scott is often invited to give talks on conservation, environmental ethics, and improving student learning in college courses—particularly in the sciences and across all student populations.
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Author talk about "Saving Tarboo Creek" in particular and land / garden restoration work in general. At the Washington Native Plant Society November 1 — Mountaineer's Program Center in Magnuson Park in Seattle.Find out more »
Author talk about "Saving Tarboo Creek" and land restoration projects big and small. This event is sponsored by Beta Beta Beta, the biology student honor society. At the Allen Auditorium in the Allen Library on the University of Washington campus.Find out more »
"A celebration of nature in art and books." Looking forward to signing books, talking books and talking about working outside on land projects big and small. Susan and I will be in Portland, Oregon, for the Audubon Society's arts festival November 17-18: signing books and answering questions from noon to 4 p.m. and browsing the array of art exhibits before and after. The Wild Arts Festival is open Saturday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.; book…Find out more »
With Larry Weaner, author of Garden Revolution; Scott Freeman, author of Saving Tarboo Creek; and Jan Merryweather, Program Director at Sustainable Conservation. Our gardens are places of beauty, sources of food, and expressions of our creativity. They are also windows into the magic of nature and are inextricably connected to the natural world that sustains us. But can our gardens help clean our air and water, sustain wild plants and animals, and restore ecosystem heath? In this symposium three distinguished speakers explore how our gardening practices can satisfy our desire to create bountiful…Find out more »