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The Tri-Cities go-to resource for a sustainable and eco-friendly future!

 

                              

    

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Comment deadline: Jan. 24 at 5:00 pm

We all want a future with heathy salmon and orcas, clean and affordable energy, and thriving fishing and farming communities. Join the Washington State-sponsored conversation about restoring the lower Snake River and its endangered fish populations. This is an important step toward developing inclusive solutions that move everyone forward together.

Here’s what’s happening in December and January - and how you can get more involved:

(1) An online questionnaire asks questions and seeks comments about the lower Snake River and its roles and importance for salmon recovery and communities.  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/lsrdsurvey 

(2) The Draft Lower Snake River Dams Stakeholder Engagement Report is available for public review and comment review from Dec. 20, 2019 through Jan. 24, 2020.

(3) Attend an evening listening session in Clarkston (Jan. 7), Vancouver (Jan. 9) or Tri-Cities (Jan. 13). The Governor’s office is hosting three evening sessions in early January to present the Draft Report, hear from a panel of stakeholders, and encourage citizen dialogue on these important issues.

Learn more and stay informed here: SOS’ Washington State Lower Snake River Stakeholder Process Resource Page.

 

What is Go Green Tri-Cities?

Go Green Tri-Cities is a non-profit group that provides outreach to educate the community on local, state, and nationwide environmental issues. The GGTC website strives to be the central place for the community to learn about environmental issues and area events, find local environmental groups and other community resources, and provide a wealth of information on how to live in a more eco-friendly way.  It also includes the Green Pages directory, a listing of businesses providing eco-friendly products and services available in this area.

GGTC is an affiliate of the Alliance for a Livable and Sustainable Community www.alsctc.org