Kitsap Watershed Health Seminar 2014
Using Mussels as an Indicator of Toxins in Puget Sound; Monday, March 31st, 2014; Kitsap County Public Works Annex Building. These seminars are an opportunity to learn about research findings on watershed health issues from some of our regional partners and for Kitsap natural resource/environmental agency staff and interested public to share and learn about local monitoring efforts.
This year we will be featuring two seminars from Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife scientists, Jim West and Jennifer Lanksbury, who will be presenting on toxic contamination in Puget Sound’s food web and results from the Mussel Watch Pilot Expansion Program. This seminar is open to anyone interested in watershed health including local agencies, NGOs, Tribes, educators, stream groups/WSU volunteers, and citizens.