2023 Green-Duwamish Watershed Workshop: Our Creeks, Streams and Ditches
As our region is growing and changing, more pressure is being placed on our rivers' tributaries, which are critical to river health but also to the ecosystems which they support. Creeks, streams and ditches are an important part of the many challenges watersheds and communities face while also offering significant opportunities.
This workshop's purpose is to provide new insights and perspectives on tributary management, connections with communities which foster stewardship and in turn support the environmental health of the watershed. The first part of the workshop will be presentations about different aspects of tributaries, with the second half offering individual group discussions on topics of rising interest and importance. Attendees are encouraged to freely join the different discussion groups at will, sharing information, ideas and collaborative opportunities.
This is a workshop geared for professional planners, ecologists, land managers, and those working in habitat restoration/maintenance and water quality from organizations and agencies responsible for managing and stewarding public lands and waters.
Our purpose is to foster collaboration, build partnerships, share knowledge and spark innovation concerning the Green-Duwamish Watershed's health; inspiring those working on watersheds' ecological challenges and social issues.
Tukwila Community Center (View)
12424 42nd Ave S
Tukwila, WA 98168
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|