Schools win $1,000 for fighting the Tox-Ick Monster

On Thursday, March 8th, Sustainable West Seattle teamed up with the Garden Cycles and Puget Creek Watershed Alliance to teach the community about stormwater pollution.  We put a challenge to the community to get 50 people to attend an event at Sanislo Elementary. The reward: $1,000 toward a native plant education project at the school.  We are happy to report the challenge was met!  (see WS Blog coverage )

Our next West Seattle Don’t Feed the Tox-Ick Monster event will be held on Thursday, March 22nd, from 7-8PM at West Seattle High School.  For this event, if we get an audience of 50 people or more, we will award $1,000 toward a rain garden for the high school.  Free Pizza will be provided.

 

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