First Mission Creek Watershed Forum

Thursday January 30th, 2014

The Mission Creek Park Stewards sponsored an informal community forum to highlight the ecological importance of Mission Creek and its watershed, share how we can all contribute to improving its health and the health of South Puget Sound, and encourage broader neighborhood stewardship of our valuable urban natural resource.


Presentations

Geologic Setting of Mission Creek Watershed

   Wendy Gerstel, Qwg Applied Geology (wendy@qwgappliedgeology.com)

Mission Creek Estuary Restoration 

   Lance Winecka, South Puget Sound Salmon Enhancement Group (lancew@spsseg.org)

Green Stormwater Infrastructure

   Erica Guttman, WSU Extension Office; Native Plant Salvage (erica@nativeplantsalvage.org

Nature Scaping

   Linda Andrews, Patterns in Nature (plantgrl@hotmail.com)

Represented Organizations

Northeast Neighborhood Association (http://www.neneighborhood.org/ )

 Mission Creek Park Stewards (badgert@earthlink.net )

 Olympia Parks, Arts, and Recreation Department (http://olympiawa.gov/community/parks )

 South Puget Sound Salmon Enhancement Group (http://spsseg.org/ )

 Deschutes Estuary Restoration Team (http://www.deschutesestuary.org/ )

 Sound Native Plants (http://www.soundnativeplants.com/ )

Salmon Habitat Recovery Lead Entity (http://www.rco.wa.gov/salmon_recovery/lead_entities.shtml )

 Maurice Major, Cultural Landscapes (culturallandscapes@gmail.com )

 John O’Brien, Austrian scything (johnandmaia@gmail.com )

 Kathy Gore-Fuss, local landscape artist (gorefuss@comcast.net ) 

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