Adman to speak at Northshore Senior Center on local water systems

The president of the Sno-King Watershed Council will speak on how they are monitoring the area’s water systems.

  • Friday, January 11, 2019 1:30pm
  • Life

Because of increasing evidence of pollution affecting the area’s water systems, it helps to know that local groups are addressing these problems.

On Jan. 24th, Eric Adman, president of the Sno-King Watershed Council speak at the Northshore Senior Center on the subject.

He will explain how they are monitoring the area’s streams and water systems by working with stormwater designers and helping to protect natural areas and forests.

The talk will be at 10:15 a.m. The Northshore Senior Center is located at 10201 E. Riverside Dr. in Bothell. The talk is free and everyone is welcome.

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