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Got Stormwater? Got Ideas for Actions??

October 13, 2021

Please join us in a discussion regarding Puget Sound recovery this fall.     The Puget Sound Partnership in conjunction with its partners is hosting 12 workshops in November and December that will elicit ideas about actions associated with strategies important in the stormwater world: Toxics, integrated land use, salmon, retrofits, and restoration as well as working […]

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Puget Sound Needs You! Join a Strategic Initiative Lead Advisory Team

October 01, 2021

Want to make your voice, lived experience, and perspectives support Puget Sound’s recovery as a place and community? Well, now’s your opportunity to apply for one of three advisory teams- called “SIATs”- Strategic Initiative Advisory Teams, which apply to three broad domains of Habitat, Shellfish, and Stormwater. Read the Full Article from The Puget Sound Estuary Program

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Toxics In Fish Strategy

June 09, 2021

The Stormwater Strategic Initiative Lead Team (SIL), of which The Washington Stormwater Center is a key partner, is pleased to announce that the Toxics in Fish Implementation Strategy is final and has been published. The documents can be accessed here. Drs. Jen McIntyre and John Stark, as well as SIL WSC lead Heidi Siegelbaum, have […]

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Puget Sound Recovery – All Day Toxics in Puget Sound Workshop

January 19, 2021

Join us on February 5th for an all-day science workshop featuring short talks by researchers including Dr. John Stark and Dr. Jennifer McIntyre, synthesis presentations, and showcases of emerging research projects. This is a free event from the Stormwater Strategic Initiative Lead Team with funding support from The US EPA. Please RSVP to Heidi Siegelbaum […]

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Toxics in Fish- A Strategy Waiting for You

November 10, 2020

 Fixing the past and offering future opportunities  Toxics in fish. How did the toxics get there? What happens to fish and people when they are contaminated? How can we correct past mistakes and pave the way for future opportunities and increase community health? The Toxics in Fish Implementation Strategy is a roadmap for preventing, managing, and cleaning up a range […]

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