We are fortunate to live in such a beautiful place with involved citizens, who also like to have a little fun.
THANKS to all for supporting environmental
advocacy here in our watershed.
Donations are still being accepted!
Mail in your check, or donate here.
We are rescheduling the festivities for
Friday, Nov. 15th, 7-10pm.
We sincerely hope you will be able to attend
Rain Garden Revelry, the Stewardship Foundation’s Annual Meeting & Festivities on the new date.
We are asking guests to please RSVP, either to your Table Captain if that’s how your tickets were purchased, or to us at email@example.com so we can know if you can make it.
If you are not able to attend, we will miss you!
You have a few options:
- You may find someone to use/buy your tickets (please let us know names)
- You may request a refund from us
- You may choose to convert your unused tickets into a donation to support the work of the Foundation
We will once again be offering the 15th Anniversary artist label wine on the night of, but are happy to take pre-orders if you are interested that. These lovely wines make great holiday gifts!
THANK YOU, and HOPE TO SEE YOU!
The Stewardship Foundation's Salmon In the Schools program continues to teach local students about the lifecycle and habitat needs of salmon, the importance of water quality, and what people can do to help improve the environment. Read more about this program here.
Current info on the 12,000 Rain Gardens campaign can be found here.
English Ivy is a serious problem in our community. Read more about this scourge, and how you can help to eliminate it - or at least, keep it under control - here.
L.I.D. or Low Impact Development, the term used to describe many different landscape and building solutions designed to reduce the impact of human activities on our natural environment. Read more about L.I.D. here.
Apr. 20 2013: A new kiosk has been installed at the parking lot entrance to Grace Cole Nature Park.This kiosk was paid for by a generous donation from Sen. Darlene Fairley. See more photos here.
LFPSF Co-President Mamie Bolender with Jay Inslee at a work party at Grace Cole Nature Park
It is currently a mystery as to who performed the illegal clearing at Cole Nature Park. See photos here.
Do you know what happens to rain after it hits your roof?
Did you know that runoff is responsible for 75% of the pollution that enters our sensitive waterways – but there is something you can do about it?
People who attended our Annual Meeting on October 24th learned these things and more. Read more here.
More LFPSF news is available here.