Just posted on My Edmonds News TV: Retired high school teacher John Cooke talks about the Edmonds Marsh

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On Oct. 1, retired Edmonds high school biology teacher John Cooke returned to the Edmonds Marsh for the first time in 25 years and talked with My Edmonds News TV’s Larry Vogel about his work with students and why protecting the marsh is important.
On Oct. 1, retired Edmonds high school biology teacher John Cooke returned to the Edmonds Marsh for the first time in 25 years and talked with My Edmonds News TV’s Larry Vogel about his work with students and why protecting the marsh is important.

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  1. The Edmonds Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary was on the WRIA8 long-term list when I first was appointed on the Salmon Commission. Since then I/we have been successful in moving this project to the 3-year project list which means the City of Edmonds is eligible for grant monies. There is much to be learned about this wonderful estuary and there will be a discussion and walk-about tomorrow starting at 10:30 with Ms. Val Stewart as the lead organizer.

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