Upcoming activist opportunties

If you are keen on wanting to get involved in environmental protection of the Olympic Peninsula, here’s some ways to make your voice heard. From Benjamin Greuel, of the Sierra Club. Good opportunities if you are not participating in some of this weeks  Jefferson County activities listed elsewhere on the site.

Over the last number of months, the Sierra Club, Olympics Park Associates, Olympic Forest Coalition and partner organizations have
been working to articulate a conservation vision for the Olympic Peninsula. We are now in a position to gather your input on a variety of ways to permanently protect our pristine Peninsula watersheds. Tim McNulty of the Olympic Park Associates asked me to forward you an invitation to attend a Wild Olympics Activist Workshop in your area to hear about how you can get involved in a new exciting campaign to protect our beloved forests and rivers on the Olympic Peninsula.

Please RSVP to join us at one of the following Wild Olympics Activist

What:  Wild Olympics Activist Workshop – Port Angeles
Where:  Port Angeles Library – Ray Carver Room (2210 South Peabody St. -
Port Angeles, WA 98362)
When:  Wednesday, September 9thth – 7:00-8:30pm

What:  Wild Olympics Activist Workshop – Port Hadlock Featuring Author, Poet
Tim McNulty
Where:  Jefferson County Library (620 Cedar Avenue – Port Hadlock 98339)
When:  Thursday, September 10th – 7:00-8:30pm

What:  Wild Olympics Activist Workshop – Sequim Featuring Author, Poet Tim
Where:  Dungeness River Audubon Center, Railroad Bridge Park (2151 West
Hendrickson Road – Sequim, WA 98382)
When:  Friday, September 11thth – 7:00-8:30pm

Please contact Ben Greuel at 206-378-0114 x 319 or ben@wildolympics.org with any questions and to RSVP.

Benjamin Greuel – Public Lands Organizer – Sierra Club

News from Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary

Passing it along. Note that they would like you to subscribe to their Google Calendar.

Several of OCNMS’s management plan review working groups are planning meetings for August and September. The Spills working group will be holding its first meeting on Aug. 12 and the Living Resources Conservation working group will hold its first meeting on Aug. 21. For details, visit our on-line calendar at http://olympiccoast.noaa.gov/protection/mpr/welcome.html. In order not to flood your inboxes, from now on we will not send notifications out about individual working group meetings, but we will post all the details on the calendar. We are also in the process of planning three day-long workshops for three priority topics: maritime heritage, ocean literacy and socioeconomic values of resources in the Sanctuary. These public workshops will take place this fall and we will send out notification once all three have been scheduled. If you are interested in a particular working group/workshop and would like to get on its individual distribution list, please contact us at ocnmsmanagementplan@noaa.gov or 360.457.6622 x28. For more information, email us at ocnmsmanagementplan@noaa.gov or call 360-457-6622 ext. 28. To subscribe or unsubscribe from this listserv send an email to ocnmsmanagementplan@noaa.gov with the request in the subject line.

Event-Jefferson Land Trust Picnic – 8/15 12:30 to 3:30

Meet at North Beach Park Picnic Shelter. Progress report will be given on Quimper Wildlife Corridor. Questions to 379-9501 or email at jlt at saveland.org (replace the at with @).

Black Point opposition to meet and eat

  • The Brinnon Group will meet July 24 at 6 pm at the Timber House in Quilcene.
  • We will eat and socialize from 6 to 7.
  • From 7 to 8 we will meet.
  • Contact Barbara at brinningroup@gmail.com for more details.
  • Web site is brinnongroup.org

Environmental Lobbying Day 2009!


Over 20 people showed up from the Olympic Peninsula to take part in Environmental Lobbying Day 2009. Part of the group from Port Townsend at Environmental Lobbying Day 2009

Part of the group from Port Townsend at Environmental Lobbying Day 2009


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