Check out this awesome story about some very cool kids working to increase community awareness around their local waterway, reduce pollution and runoff, and help save a critical waterway for fish. This is a great example of what we can accomplish when communities work together. If your community is involved in saving water, tell us about it in the comment section.
School club helps design route along Bell Creek
by ALANA LINDEROTH
In an effort to increase community awareness of Bell Creek, a historical vein of water running through the heart of Sequim, students belonging to Sequim High School’s Be The Change club are assisting city officials to create a questionnaire-driven route along the creek. . .
Read the whole story at the Sequim Gazette.
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