Wine and Cheese..... and Maia Bellon
You are invited:
On Thursday, November 14, 2013 for
Wine and cheese....
and a talk by
Washington State Department of Ecology Director
Maia Bellon discussing her vision for the agency
This is the second of two presentations we are hosting this fall to showcase our region's agency leaders.
- WHAT: Maia Bellon presentation: "Partnerships: Managing Water for the Future"
- WHEN: Thursday, November 14, 2013, 4-6 pm (presentation at 4:30)
- WHERE: Seattle Central Library, Level 4, Room 1 (Washington Mutual Foundation Meeting Room), 1000 Fourth Ave., Seattle, WA
- COST: No charge (and includes wine and cheese reception)
As we all work together to help recover our region's ecological health you won't want to miss this opportunity to hear from one of our emerging leaders.
Background: Water! Water quality and water quantity. Water pollution, water for salmon, water for irrigation. Where does the buck stop in Washington State? Maia Bellon has a long history working on water issues and has recently taken the helm at the WA State Department of Ecology. Her agency is charged with both regulatory oversight and stewardship of our critical water resource. Ecology is a key player in efforts to recover Puget Sound and address critical issues in the Columbia River Basin and our coast. Director Bellon will describe her vision for the agency and her aims for working with the public.
Sponsored by CELP and Futurewise
Seattle Central Library (View)
1000 Fourth Ave.
Seattle, WA 98104
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