RainWise and Salmon See-son Webinar
October 12 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Registration required: https://bit.ly/rainwisesalmon
Fall is here and salmon are returning to our rivers and streams!
Learn about human influence on local and regional salmon runs, and what role a RainWise installation at your home may have in supporting local salmon populations.
In this webinar, you will learn about human influence on local and regional salmon runs, and what role a RainWise installation at your home may have in supporting local fish and the marine mammals that count on them as a food source. Time and interest permitting, we’ll also discuss salmon ecology, how to identify between salmon species, and our recommendations for salmon viewing locations to visit this fall, and recent findings linking coho salmon die-off to a little known product in car tires.
With every storm, rain carries pollutants off our roofs, driveways and other hard surfaces to local creeks, Lake Washington and Puget Sound. Rain gardens and cisterns can help control this stormwater, but we need your help! In selected areas of Seattle, the City of Seattle and King County will pay up to 100 percent of the cost of installing rain gardens and cisterns on homeowners’ properties.
Check your eligibility for a RainWise rebate in advance at https://700milliongallons.org/rainwise/eligibility.