Followup: Crowd at WSHS to take on the Tox-Ick Monster

Once again, the Sustainable West Seattle presentation on how NOT to feed the Tox-Ick Monster – how to reduce runoff and help Puget Sound heal – drew a crowd tonight. Thanks to diver/photographer Laura James (who has seen Tox-Ick up close and personal) for the update and the photos – she says they drew the 50-plus needed to qualify for a $1,000 prize to go toward a runoff-fighting raingarden at WSHS:

That’s student Sage accepting the check. If you didn’t make it to one of the presentations in this series, no worries – you can view the PowerPoint, and video, online! Just go here.

1 Reply to "Followup: Crowd at WSHS to take on the Tox-Ick Monster"

  • Paula Tortorice March 23, 2012 (6:14 am)

    Congratulations to Sage and all the students who strive to make West Seattle a better place to live. I look forward to the Rain Garden!

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