Wenatchee Valley Erratics Chapter

IAFI’s Erratics Chapter serves the greater Wenatchee Valley, Washington area

Chapter Officers
President: Brent Cunderla | (509) 662-4419
Vice-President: Open
Secretary: Mary Fran McClure | (509) 884-4073
Treasurer: Dan Smith | (509) 682-9683

Chapter Meetings – The Erratics Chapter meets the second Tuesday of every other month (beginning with the second month of the year) at the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center, 127 S. Mission St, Wenatchee, Wash. Meetings begin at 7 p.m. and are always free and open to the public.

For more information about the chapter contact: Brent Cunderla by e-mail or at (509) 662-4419.

Please see the Upcoming Events to the right or the General Events Calendar for a listing of all chapter meetings and events.

2017 IAFI Fall Membership Meeting and Tour

Welcome to the lake of healing waters (Smokiam), located in the original plunge pool of the Lower Grand Coulee, for the 2017 IAFI Fall Membership Meeting and Tour at Soap Lake, WA, hosted by the Lower Grand Coulee Chapter on … [Read More Here…]

Bretz and His Floods Story – National Geographic

National Geographic has published an outstanding article, “Formed by Megafloods, This Place Fooled Scientists for Decades”, about J Harlan Bretz and his outrageous, fantastical theories of a landscape shaped by huge floods. Most Ice Age Floods aficionados are generally aware … [Read More Here…]

Washington’s Ice Age Floods – ESRI Story Map

The Washington Geological Survey (formerly the Division of Geology and Earth Resources) has just released an ESRI story map about the Ice Age Floods in Washington. The story map: “tells the story of cataclysmic outburst floods that shaped the landscape … [Read More Here…]

6 New “Nick On The Rocks” Videos

Here’s a present for all you Nick Zentner fans (and who isn’t a fan of Nick?). Nick is starring in 6 brand new short geology videos pretentiously titled ‘Nick On The Rocks’. This series of short videos showcases the diverse geologic wonders … [Read More Here…]

Chapter-specific Ice Age Floods Brochures

In 2015 the Lake Lewis Chapter developed a Lake Lewis Floodscape Brochure highlighting five major floods features in their Tri-Cities area. Each of the highlight panels include scanable links to more detailed information on the IAFI.org website. When the chapter … [Read More Here…]