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Hard working volunteers make projects successful

September 5, 2019

As the summer is coming to an end we wanted to thank our Watershed Enhancement Team volunteers.

They've been out in the field weekly watering and doing maintenance and monitoring on our projects.

Some of their tasks have included:

  • browse protector maintenance

  • weeding

  • weed mat removal

  • plant counts

  • photo point monitoring

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    Because of their diligent work, our restoration projects are more likely to succeed.

    Excited to introduce Andrea

    July 30, 2019

    Please help us welcome Andrea Price, our new Restoration Coordinator!

     

    Andrea learned to love rivers and lakes growing up in the Seattle area. She followed that passion in college earning an environmental engineering degree from Dartmouth College.

     

    After graduating, she’s worked overseas with NGOs in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene sector.

    July 11, 2019

    I just wanted to send you a quick email to make sure you know about two upcoming dates.

     

    First - early registration for the Run for the River 5K ends on Sunday (July 14) so be sure to get signed up today. Save yourself $5 and get your cotton run shirt by race day.

    All registrants after Sunday will have their shirt ordered after the event.

    April 26, 2019

    Our "Clean Up All Year" program is starting up again for the 2019 season! Spurred by our annual River Clean Up event in August, we made the river clean up a year round event so we can have an even greater impact over time.

    Last year was our first season and it was a great success. We hope with your help this year can be another success story.

    In case you missed it!

    March 20th 2019

    Happy first day of Spring!

    Last week was National Groundwater Awareness Week (GWAW).

    GWAW draws attention to the importance of groundwater across the country, including agriculture and its many uses in everyday life.

    Did you know:

    -The U.S. uses 349 billion gallons of freshwater everyday​

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