Lynda Mapes (Environmental Journalist, Seattle Times)


The Winter, 2019 Huxley Speaker Series is co-sponsored by Huxley College of the Environment and WWU's Salish Sea Institute, presenting a 10-week series on issues facing the Salish Sea.


About the Speaker

Lynda Mapes, Seattle Times
Lynda Mapes
Environmental Journalist, Seattle Times

Lynda Mapes is an author, photographer and environmental journalist for the Seattle Times. In 2014-5 she was a Bullard Fellow in Forest Research, living at the Harvard Forest to explore the human and natural history of a single 100-year old oak tree. She wrote about her experiences with the oak in Witness Tree, published by Bloomsbury Publishing in April, 2017.

Environmental Speaker Series

The Environmental Speaker Series is hosted by the College of the Environment at Western Washington University.

The Series is free and open to the public. Talks are held each Thursday at 4:30 pm in Academic Instructional Center West room 204 - AW-204. Talks will also be streamed via zoom. Register with the Alumni Association for the zoom link. Paid parking is available in lot C.

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