Who are The Cascadians?
The Cascadians is an outdoor recreation and conservation club located in Yakima, Washington.
Activities include hiking, backpacking, climbing, skiing, snowshoeing, bicycling, golf, paddling and more.
Cascadians have been enjoying the trails and peaks of the Pacific Northwest since 1920.
130 foot sand dunes in Washington? Who knew? Bob Chicken, that's who. He's leading a hike there with the Pathfinders on December 5. Join him and see for yourself.
Program: Wildlife Adventures of a Biologist on the Job and on the Trail, by Scott McCorquodale (DFW)
Scott McCorquodale received a Bachelors degree from the University of Montana, Masters from the University of Washington, and Ph.D from the University of Montana, all in Wildlife Biology. He has been a wildlife biologist for more than 30 years, most of it as a researcher, but is currently a supervisory regional wildlife manager. He has worked for the Washington State Fish and Wildlife for 18 years and worked for the Wildlife Program of the Yakima Nation for about 13 years prior to that. Scott has also been involved in research on elk, mule deer, black bears, grizzly bears, and moose. When not working he hikes extensively with his wife watching and photographing wildlife. Scott and his wife have been Cascadian's for about 3 years.
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If you have recently joined Cascadians or just considering the possibility and would like to learn more about who we are, our history, the types of activities we engage in, this may be for you. New member orientation meetings are held the last Wednesday of each month* at the Living Care Center at 215 N 40th Ave in Yakima, in the Village East activity room at 5:45 P.M. The meeting concludes at 6:45, in time for participants to join the Cascadians general monthly meeting following at 7:00 in the Meyer Auditorium, adjacent to the Village East activity room.
RSVP required: Email Darrell Patterson or call 509-955-3002
*Except for July, which is the annual club potluck picnic and it will not be held.