Please join us this month at Tacoma Narrows Brewing for an evening focused on learning about stormwater and what it brings to Puget Sound. Stormwater captures so many different types of waste from our lives, and Melissa Malott from Citizens for a Healthy Bay will talk to you about local stormwater facts. From there we will hear about two types of debris that stormwater can bring to waterways: large pieces of debris and microplastics. First, Ken Campbell from the Ikkatsu Project will detail some of his amazing journeys around our waterways to increase knowledge of large debris and where it comes from. Then Marlowe Moser from the University of Puget Sound will talk about her research on microplastics in local waters. We will end the evening hearing about meaningful individual actions you can take to reduce your impact! This is a 21+ event. Doors open at 6; event starts at 6:30pm.
Melissa Malott, Citizens for a Healthy Bay
Ken Campbell, The Ikkatsu Project
Marlowe Moser, University of Puget Sound