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Greenpages 2007 - Issue 08

August/September 2007 Issue

President's Column
GP Updates and Thank-Yous
Climate Change and Sea-Level Rise in Olympia
The Importance of Hood Canal Stewardship
In a Rainy State, Why Monitor Our Groundwater?
Water Conservation Pays Off
Letter to the Editor: Perspective on the Lake and Estuary
Response to Van Schoorl's Dioxin: A Community Challenge
Remembering Tom St. Louis * 1953 to 2007
The Chehalis Basin Education Consortium

Every election season, South Puget Environmental Education Clearinghouse (SPEECH) surveys selected local candidates for their opinions on pertinent environmental issues. Keeping with the theme of this issue, candidate questions focused on water this year. This year, the primary election is on August 21st and the general election is on November 6th. SPEECH does not endorse any candidate or political party. Local Candidates Answer Questions on Water... And What's On Their Nightstand

Port Commission Candidates Respond to Questions on Water... and What's On Their Nightstand
Olympia City Council Candidates Respond to Questions on Water... and What's on Their Nightstand
Candidates for Olympia Mayor Respond to Questions About Water

EcoShorts and Community Announcements

Climate Change - Olympia's Call to Action
Tour the Cedar River Watershed this Summer!
Converge for the Climate
Save Water with LOTT Incentives
New Education Facilities Will Focus on Water
Work With Us on Wet Wednesdays!
Water-wise Plant Sale & Workshops
This Season: Welcome in the Salmon as a Salmon Steward!
Help Restore Percival Creek

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