Laura James of Tox-Ick will talk about storm water pollution at forum Sept. 16

Coming up Sept. 16 the public is invited to join Sustainable West Seattle and for a presentation and panel discussion on the work being done by citizens, organizations and the government to keep Puget Sound healthy and restore the ecosystem.

We will examine the current state of Puget Sound, personal actions that individuals can take to keep the Sound healthy, City of Seattle incentives for the homeowner and government infrastructure projects underway.

"Diver" Laura James from (and winner of the SWS Volunteer of the Year Award 2013) will discuss the problem of stormwater pollution in Puget Sound and the simple actions people can engage in to help it.

A panel of experts from the community will follow up with a discussion on the steps we can take as individuals and a community to keep the Sound clean.

The forum is from 7-9 PM at the West Seattle Senior Center located at 4217 SW Oregon Street in Alaska Junction.

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