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Join us for our Annual Meeting and Breakfast
Janaury 25, 2020 


Friends 2019 Recap and Outlook for 2020

Trail Tales Presentation by Betty Carteret:
Stories of March Point - From Camas Cultivation to Petroleum Production

9 am to 11:30 am

Coffee, Tea, and a Continental Breakfast

RSVP - We would like to know how much coffee to prep!


picture graphic15th Annual Lecture Series - Save the Dates!

7 pm to 8:30 pm

NWESD Building, 1601 R St., Anacortes, WA, 98221

Four lectures - January thru April - highlighting the fascinating life in and around the Salish Sea shoreline and marine ecosystem


January 17th - Blue Legacy: Vanishing Glaciers in Washington’s National Parks 

Febuary 21st - Saltwater Beavers: Engineers in the Tidal Marsh 

March 20th - Seals and Sea Lions: Pinnipeds of the Salish Sea 

April 17th - Deep Sea Volcanoes: A Fiber-optic Look at Eruptions,
Hot Springs & Life Forms 

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7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

NW Educational Services District, 1601 R Ave., Anacortes 



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Our new "Beyond the Bin Recycling Guide"
for Skagit County

Have you wondered what to do with all the things that can't go in your curbside recycling containers? This guide provides information about a wide variety of items that can be taken to outlets in or near Skagit County instead of throwing out to the landfill. Learn more! 

In Friends Notes

Compiled by Chris Wood with contributions from Ellen Anderson, Betty Carter...
Are We Literally Washing Micro Plastics Into the Sea? My daughter came...
& How Compostable are Compostables?October 2019 - by Callie Martin, Was...

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