‘Engaging in the Environment in Edmonds’ meeting Wednesday

Interested in becoming more involved with local environmental  issues and projects? You are invited to attend an informational meeting, “Engaging in the Environment in Edmonds,” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 27, in Room 115 of the Frances Anderson Center.

Learn how you can get involved with projects like Puget Sound Birdfest, the Wildlife Habitat & Native Plant Demonstration  Garden, Friends of the Edmonds Marsh, Backyard & Schoolyard Habitat Certification Programs, Edmonds Storm Drain Stenciling Task Force, Edmonds Adopt-a-Park Program, Edmonds Tree City USA group, Edmonds Streamkeepers, Just Frogs/Toads Too Amphibian Center, Edmonds Watershed Fun Fair and the  Edmonds Seal Sitters.

All ages are welcome to this free event. For more information, contact Laura Spehar at edmondsbwh@gmail.com or call 425-672-2150.

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