Join us at the
April 23rd from 13
Black Diamond Historical Society’s General Membership Meeting

The Green River Gorge. The Power of Place
Presentation by Lisa Parsons

The power of a place can be very grounding.  It can create our sense of who we are in the world and how we interact with it.  A river is like an artery that connects communities together, carries life giving water downstream, and brings salmon back to their home.  For Lisa Parsons, the Green River Gorge, is the place she callsher home.  The twelve mile long Green River Gorge is one area in our changing landscape that can stand the test of time and man.  

Lisa Parsons has spent the last 17 years photo documenting and advocating for conservation of the 12 mile long Green River Gorge.  Last summer she was the first documented person to hike the entire Green River Gorge.  The hike is part of a documentary that she is working on to preserve the conservation history and stories of people connected to the river.  She will present stories and photos from of adventure down the river gorge.

For more information you can visit: www.greenrivergorgegreenway.org

Event is located at:

 The Black Diamond Museum located in the historic section of Black Diamond

The Black Diamond Museum located in the historic section of Black Diamond

Black Diamond Museum/Black Diamond Historical Society
PO Box 232, 32627 Railroad Avenue, Black Diamond, WA 98010    
360-886-2142    Email: museum@blackdiamondmuseum.org

http://blackdiamondmuseum.org