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January 2020

FULL! Microplastic Analysis

January 28 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Puget Soundkeeper has collected water samples from over 45 sites in the Puget Sound watershed to look for the presence of microplastics. We document the extent of microplastic pollution in Puget Sound to help inform future policy proposals, technology solutions, and restoration efforts that protect our northwest waterways. Microplastics are a global hazard to our aquatic ecosystems. Because plastic does not biodegrade in the environment, but rather, breaks down into smaller and smaller pieces, it is a pollutant that remains…

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Lake Union Kayak Patrol

January 29 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Volunteer patrols form a central part of our effort to monitor pollution and prevent debris from contaminating our waterways. While on patrol, we keep an eye out for abnormal discharges and oil slicks, remove accumulated debris, and check for the application of best management practices by shoreline businesses. Volunteers will be outfitted in double kayaks and paddle to a designated area of Lake Union to monitor water pollution and remove trash. Kayaks are generously provided free of charge by the…

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February 2020

Boat Patrol

February 3 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Volunteer patrols form a central part of our effort to monitor pollution and prevent debris from reaching our waterways. While on patrol, we keep an eye out for abnormal discharges, oil slicks, and other emergent pollution. We also check for the application of best management practices by shoreline businesses. Along the way, volunteers will learn about the history of Seattle’s development and have the opportunity to view our waterways from a unique perspective. Volunteers will ride as passengers in the…

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Lake Union Kayak Patrol

February 5 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Volunteer patrols form a central part of our effort to monitor pollution and prevent debris from contaminating our waterways. While on patrol, we keep an eye out for abnormal discharges and oil slicks, remove accumulated debris, and check for the application of best management practices by shoreline businesses. Volunteers will be outfitted in double kayaks and paddle to a designated area of Lake Union to monitor water pollution and remove trash. Kayaks are generously provided free of charge by the…

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Save the Salish Sea: A Night With Ray Troll and Puget Soundkeeper

February 6 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Filson Flagship Store Seattle, 1741 1st Ave South
Seattle, WA 98134 United States
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Join us for lite bites, drinks, live music, and art at the Filson Flagship on Thursday, February 6, 2020. Filson will be launching a limited edition Ray Troll designed t-shirt, with 100% of proceeds benefitting Puget Soundkeeper’s clean water efforts. Chat with Ray about his work,  get updates on Puget Soundkeeper initiatives, enjoy live music from Whiskey Class,  savor local food and beverages, and shop Filson’s impressive heritage collection (20% of sales from the night also go to Puget Soundkeeper!). Join us at the Filson Flagship for a night dedicated to…

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FULL! Microplastic Analysis

February 10 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Puget Soundkeeper has collected water samples from over 45 sites in the Puget Sound watershed to look for the presence of microplastics. We document the extent of microplastic pollution in Puget Sound to help inform future policy proposals, technology solutions, and restoration efforts that protect our northwest waterways. Microplastics are a global hazard to our aquatic ecosystems. Because plastic does not biodegrade in the environment, but rather, breaks down into smaller and smaller pieces, it is a pollutant that remains…

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FULL! Lake Union Kayak Patrol

February 12 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Volunteer patrols form a central part of our effort to monitor pollution and prevent debris from contaminating our waterways. While on patrol, we keep an eye out for abnormal discharges and oil slicks, remove accumulated debris, and check for the application of best management practices by shoreline businesses. Volunteers will be outfitted in double kayaks and paddle to a designated area of Lake Union to monitor water pollution and remove trash. Kayaks are generously provided free of charge by the…

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Boat Patrol

February 14 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Volunteer patrols form a central part of our effort to monitor pollution and prevent debris from reaching our waterways. While on patrol, we keep an eye out for abnormal discharges, oil slicks, and other emergent pollution. We also check for the application of best management practices by shoreline businesses. Along the way, volunteers will learn about the history of Seattle’s development and have the opportunity to view our waterways from a unique perspective. Volunteers will ride as passengers in the…

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Lake Union Kayak Patrol

February 19 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Volunteer patrols form a central part of our effort to monitor pollution and prevent debris from contaminating our waterways. While on patrol, we keep an eye out for abnormal discharges and oil slicks, remove accumulated debris, and check for the application of best management practices by shoreline businesses. Volunteers will be outfitted in double kayaks and paddle to a designated area of Lake Union to monitor water pollution and remove trash. Kayaks are generously provided free of charge by the…

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FULL! Microplastic Analysis

February 20 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Puget Soundkeeper has collected water samples from over 45 sites in the Puget Sound watershed to look for the presence of microplastics. We document the extent of microplastic pollution in Puget Sound to help inform future policy proposals, technology solutions, and restoration efforts that protect our northwest waterways. Microplastics are a global hazard to our aquatic ecosystems. Because plastic does not biodegrade in the environment, but rather, breaks down into smaller and smaller pieces, it is a pollutant that remains…

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