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Protecting Our Watershed Series
Join discussions with local professionals and community members on the health of our Pacific Northwest region, along with ways to sustain or enhance it. Learn what's being done and how you can take part, even through simple actions from home. There will be two speakers in each webinar session, and you will not be on camera, but can write in questions throughout for live answers.

Tuesdays, 7:00-8:00 PM Pacific Time

12/1  Actions for Marine Life
Discover the past, present and future restoration efforts of Seahurst Park and surrounding shorelines. Learn about local water quality taken by students and unique ways you can help salmon and your watershed on a regular basis.

12/8  Plants for the Future
Flora and fauna play a big role in the health of our natural surroundings, but also fuel and inspire us. Learn about the outlook and impact of forests through our cities, how local organizations are restoring natural areas, and how you can pitch in or help out from home.

12/15  Making Birds Count
Birds are everywhere. They are agile, inspiring, mysterious, and they are also threatened. As biological indicators, they help determine the health of our surrounding areas and guide communities to take positive actions for natural and urban environments. Learn how to identify local winter birds and the upcoming counts you can participate in to help you help them from home.
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