New signs demonstrate why Edmonds Marsh matters

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One of the new signs (Photo by LeRoy Van Hee)

Thanks to a generous grant from the Hazel Miller Foundation, eight new interpretive signs have been produced and installed along the walkway at the Edmonds Marsh. The signs were designed for the City of Edmonds by Owen Caddy.

The Edmonds Marsh is one of the few urban saltwater estuaries remaining in the Puget Sound area.  It is home to numerous species of wildlife, and is also a critical rest stop for migrating birds traveling along the Pacific Flyway. According to the City of Edmonds, the new interpretive signs are designed to give visitors a much better idea of the ecological importance of the marsh and the activities occurring there.

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