When infant oysters began dying off in record numbers, reportedly due to the increased acidification of Pacific Northwest waters, the Washington State Legislature asked the UW Dept of Oceanography’s scientists for help. Parker MacCready, PhD, a physical oceanographer and led a team that used quantities of data to forecast the chemistry of ocean waters entering shellfish growing areas, such as Padilla Bay. Come learn how this work may help oysters and the shellfish industry, as well as salmon fishers, kayakers and oil spill trackers!
Social Enterprise Alliance is the largest and longest-serving organization supporting the Social Enterprise: one that exists to serve a social need and earns revenue through products/services. Our WA state chapter is having a networking and happy hour event. FEB 25 5pm--Join us to learn more about how we foster social enterprise growth! Meet the board, learn about committee roles and some select board leadership roles. REGISTER here -https://www.facebook.com/events/1807899392770739/
Come mingle, socialize, and network with people who are part of or interested in social enterprises.
Do you want guidance launching your new venture? Do you want to figure out how to improve your enterprise, take a prototype to full-scale, or understand how to raise capital or crowd fund your start-up? Kick Incubator was created for you.
Free and fun for the whole family, this self-guided tour features 35 healthy and green new homes and remodels in the Seattle area and beyond. Visit www.nwgreenhometour.org to download the official tour map, which is also printed in the April edition of Natural Awakenings magazine.
Get inspired by projects in all shades of green, from kitchen remodels to cutting-edge new homes. Learn how to go solar, conserve water, lower your energy bills, and create a healthy home environment.
You are invited to the Seattle premier of the movie “Water Blues Green Solutions,” an interactive documentary project telling stories of communities creating green solutions for our water blues- flooding, pollution, and scarcity.