Participants, speakers, and more!

Ron Allen, Tribal Council Chairman and Executive Director, Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe, welcomes E3 Olympic Peninsula Regional Summit participants to the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe's Community Center.

Julianne Gurnee, student at Chimacum High School, gave an inspiring speech about the importance of environmental educational experiences for youth as part of the E3 focus.

Participants register and get updated on each other's activities.

The beauty of cedar combined with the elegance of glass
provided a welcoming entryway.

Michael Smithson, Olympic National Park Chief of Resource Education, and Pamela Roberts, Jefferson County 4-H coordinator, get reacquainted as friends after a 30-year period of separation from when they were fellow students at the University of Washington! What a surprise!

Joe Baisch, 4-H Big Quil Enterprises coordinator, checks out the Environmental Education Association of Washington display. EEAW helped organize the E3 Summit.

This beautiful and meaningful design made it
motivating to wear E3 buttons.