Western Washington Evaluations, Fall 2015


TRACK AND SIGN SPECIALIST: This fall, Cybertracker ran a Track and Sign Specialist evaluation in northwestern Oregon and a second one in western Washington. Phil Johnston, a wildlife technician and outdoor educator from Arcata California received his second Specialist certificate at the evaluation in western Washington. Phil instructs programs at Pacific Field Skills.

TRACK AND SIGN LEVEL 4: Additionally, Jefferson Land Trust hosted a standard evaluation in on the eastside of the Olympic Peninsula.  Justin Lake, who works as an instructor at Cedar Root Folk School and is a volunteer land steward for Jefferson Land Trust.


Congratulations to Justin Lake of Chimacum Washington for his Level 4 certificate on the recent evaluation hosted by the Jefferson Land Trust. Looking forward to seeing you on a Specialist evaluation soon we hope! (Picture here with evaluator David Moskowitz, left; and Sarah Spaeth, Director of Conservation and Strategic Partnerships at Jefferson Land Trust).


Specialist Certificate

Congratulations to Phil Johnston on earning his second Track and Sign Specialist Certificate!


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