SPEECH Event Planned for December
The Nisqually River is one of the finest examples of cooperative habitat restoration anywhere in the world, and it should be a source of pride and joy for everyone who lives here in the South Puget Sound region. The outstanding work done on this river system over the years has served as an example of stewardship acknowledged near and far. Even the New York Times has featured several articles on the river, which has inspired people working on other river systems and ecosystems with a "can do" spirit in environmental management.
SPEECH will sponsor "The Nisqually - Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow," a special event to acquaint you with this great resource at Traditions Café, 300 5th Ave. SW in Olympia, 7-9 p.m. on Thursday, December 1. The event will feature an audio-visual presentation depicting before and after scenes of the Nisqually, from the head waters to the estuary with a panel of tribal and non-tribal, government and non-government representatives to provide the whole story of this remarkable achievement. Watch for additional details regarding this event in a future edition of the Green Pages. For now, please mark your calendar and plan to spend the evening of December 1 with SPEECH and friends at Traditions Café.
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