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Puget Soundkeepe: Kayaking on Lake Union
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Volunteer patrols form a central part of our effort to monitor pollution and prevent debris from reaching the Sound. Volunteers in double kayaks observe waterways to report pollution and assist in removing marine debris. No kayaking experience needed. Equipment is provided. Email Michelle Piñon (michelle@pugetsoundkeeper.org) to reserve your spot.

6/17/2015
When: 6/17/2015
From 10:00 AM until Noon
Where: Northwest Outdoor Center .
2100 Westlake Ave N #1
Seattle, Washington  98109
United States
Presenter: Puget Soundkeeper Alliance
Contact: Michelle Piñon

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While on patrol, we keep an eye out for abnormal discharges and oil slicks. We also check for the application of best management practices by shoreline businesses (i.e. shipyards must use protective tarps when painting or sanding).

Duties:
Volunteers will ride in double kayaks on Lake Union and help observe shorelines and waterways. Volunteers may help report pollution to an appropriate agency when necessary and assist in removing marine debris from the water.

Qualifications:
No prior kayaking experience is needed and all necessary equipment is provided. Please wear closed toe shoes and dress comfortably in layers.

To attend:
Please email Michelle Piñon (michelle@pugetsoundkeeper.org) to reserve your spot.

 

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