At this Washington Recycles Every Day (WRED) event, participants will explore the challenges and solutions to encouraging waste reduction at sporting events, festivals and community gatherings. This one-day workshop will look at the tools and educational strategies that help a varied and ever-changing population recycle at public events.
March 6: Net Impact Speed Networking
Co-Hosts: UW and BGI Net Impact Chapters
When: Wednesday, March 6, 6:30 - 9:00 p.m.
Where: Amber (upstairs), 2214 1st Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121
Cost: Free for paid Net Impact members, $5 for general public
RSVP: Please reserve your spot. Space is limited.
A rain garden is a shallow depression in a yard planted with a variety of flowers, shrubs, and grasses that “don’t mind getting their feet wet.” Learn how to build your own rain garden to help soak up polluted runoff from downspouts, driveways, and sidewalks while protecting our local waterways. When planted with the right types of plants, rain gardens also attract birds, butterflies and bees.
Learn the dirty truth about coal power, show your support for clean energy solutions and help Washington to become the first coal-free state.
Washington's coal plant is our biggest global warming polluter. It poisons our children with mercury and destroys our environment. It hurts American Indian and ranching communities in Montana and Wyoming where the coal is mined and burned.
Hear powerful personal stories from family rancher LJ turner and others about the devastating impacts of the nation's biggest coal mine.