Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Come See High School Students Report on the Health of Our Watershed

Sorry for the late notice, but please consider attending tomorrow night's meeting of the Sno-King Watershed Council.  The evening will include a very impressive presentation by area high school students called "The Watershed Report".  Read on for more information --

Join us at the next meeting of the Sno-King Watershed Council -

Wednesday, November 16, 7 pm
Northwest Stream Center
700 – 128 St SE, Everett 98208

  •  The Watershed Report – Students will present a report on watershed health, produced by high school students and the Friends of the Cedar River Watershed.  Through the Watershed Report, students become local experts on watershed issues and promote sustainability in local cities, schools and organizations. www.cedarriver.org/programs/watershed-report
  • Clean Water and Green Infrastructure – Kerri Cechovic of the Washington Environmental Council will tell you about current opportunities for you to protect your local watershed.  http://wecprotects.org/issues-campaigns/clean-water-green-infrastructure
  • Preventing lead pollution in lakes and rivers – An estimated 80,000 pounds of lead is lost annually in streams, rivers and lakes.  Bill Lider of the Sierra Club will describe proposed legislation to ban the sale of small lead sinkers.
  • Current initiatives by SKWC – Eric Adman of the Sno-King Watershed Council will describe an upcoming advocacy project, incorporation, and actions to strengthen our advocacy network
Sponsored by:

The Adopt-A-Stream Foundation www.streamkeeper.org
Friends of the Cedar River Watershed http://www.cedarriver.org/
Sno-King Watershed Council http://www.snokingwatershedcouncil.org/

To RSVP or for more information, contact
Eric Adman
Sno-King Watershed Council

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