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WSU Innovators on April 12th – Seattle Marriott Waterfront

  2016 LECTURE
Stormwater detox How natural infrastructure can help save salmon
When stormwater drains from roadways, parking lots, and rooftops, it carries a torrent of pollutants into local rivers and streams. The runoff is toxic enough to kill adult coho salmon in just a few hours. The problem is so vast that stormwater runoff has become the biggest source of pollution in the Puget Sound.  WSU scientist Dr. Jenifer McIntyre has discovered new ways to mitigate the lethal effects of stormwater runoff. Her lecture reveals what you and others can do to restore water quality in your community.
Reserve your seat today Reservations required by Tuesday, April 5. Hosted by your friends at WSU.  April 12, 2016  |  4:00 p.m. Seattle Marriott Waterfront 2100 Alaskan Way

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Reception to follow, 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. Gratis for our guests, the reception will feature Chateau Ste. Michelle wines, Pike Locale beers, and locally sourced fare.  Questions? Ann Goos 206-465-5136