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 University Place, WA


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Grays Harbor 
Oil Proposal Hearings

Dept. of Ecology has scheduled two public hearings on the proposed Westway and Imperium oil terminals in Grays Harbor. 

Submit comments online here and/or come to the hearings with us: October 1 in Elma or October 8 in Aberdeen.  

Learn more about Audubon's response, sign up to attend or carpool with us: oil transport.


Morse Wildlife Preserve 

Last chance to visit: October 11th RSVP here!

October Membership Program

“Wildlife in Your Garden: Welcome Guests or Unwanted Pests?” 

by Dr. Sarah Reichard

Many people strive to provide habitat to attract wildlife, while others take out a second mortgage to build deer fences. Through Dr. Reichard’s own experience in her garden, the scientific literature, and the audience’s shared experiences, we will explore this conundrum.

Dr. Reichard is the Orin and Althea Soest Professor for Urban Horticulture at the University of Washington and is the Director of the UW Botanic Gardens (The Washington Park Arboretum and the Center for Urban Horticulture. She is the author of The Conscientious Gardener: Cultivating a Garden Ethic (University of California Press) and co-editor of Invasive Species in the Pacific Northwest (University of Washington Press). She studies the biology of both rare and invasive species.

Thursday, October 15th

Doors open at 7pm, presentation starts at 7:30pm at the Tacoma Nature Center - 1919 S. Tyler St, Tacoma WA

Free and open to the public. Donations Appreciated!

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 (photo courtesy of Diane Yorgason-Quinn)
at the Tacoma Nature Center!

 (photo courtesy of Diane Yorgason-Quinn)
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