Saturday, November 10, 2018 | Community event, Volunteer

Orca Recovery Day: Raingarden Planting

This fall Orcas Love Raingardens is working with student volunteers to restore six raingardens in Tacoma! These raingardens not only keep stormwater pollution out of salmon and orca habitat, they also serve as outdoor classrooms to engage students and the community about the importance of addressing stormwater runoff to protect orcas and our other wild … Continued

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Public Meetings on Marbled Murrelet Conservation Strategy

The Department of Natural Resources is holding four public meetings during the month of October on the revised draft Environmental Impact Statment (RDEIS) for the Marbled Murrelet Long Term Conservation Strategy. Attend a meeting near you to learn more and show up for the murrelet! RSVP for Forks RSVP for Cathlamet RSVP for Seattle RSVP … Continued

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Canvass to Get Out the Vote for 1631

Sign up to join the Washington Environmental Council volunteer action team at a doorbell day in support of the Initiative-1631! One on one conversations with voters is the best way to get people to vote. WEC has a goal to lead over 30 canvasses before election day We are working hard to pass I-1631, the … Continued

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Phone Bank in Support of 1631!

This November, Washingtonians have the opportunity to lead on climate action by casting their ballots. We are working hard to pass I-1631, one of the most ambitious initiatives in the country to address carbon pollution and invest in clean energy like wind and solar, healthy forests, and clean air and water-but we need your help! … Continued

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Tuesday, October 30, 2018 | Community event

Carbon Friendly Forestry Conference

This event is sold out! Join the wait list here View the Agenda and Speakers   You’re invited to the 2018 Carbon Friendly Forestry Conference! Join us this fall for a one-day conference in which we’ll dive into the complex conversations that surround forest carbon sequestration and management practices in the West Coast’s working forests. … Continued

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