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Alicia Lawver
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alicia.lawver@psp.wa.gov

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
10-12-2015

Leadership Council will review progress of Puget Sound recovery, next steps for advancing action

The Puget Sound Partnership’s Leadership Council will meet Thursday, Oct. 15, to consider a resolution to approve the 2015 State of the Sound Report as well as select which ecosystem indicators will be the focus of the next stage of strategic planning. The meeting will be from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Two Forks Boardroom at the La Conner Country Inn, 107 South 2nd Street, La Conner.

Agenda highlights:


In partnership with the Puget Sound Partnership’s Science Panel, the Leadership Council has also invited distinguished climate scientists to present on “Climate change, the warm blob, the drought, and our salmon.”  Scientists from the University of Washington, the Climate Impacts Group, and the Skagit Climate Science Consortium will discuss the ways in which recent and predicted future weather patterns are affecting Washington’s coast, Puget Sound, and the Skagit watershed.

At 3:30 p.m., the Leadership Council will adjourn its regular meeting and join the Salmon Recovery Funding Board at its meeting in Maple Hall, 107 Commercial, La Conner. In this unique joint setting, the two Boards will hear presentations on the Puget Sound Nearshore Ecosystem Restoration Program and the Estuary and Salmon Restoration Program, as well as restoration projects in the Skagit Delta and North Sound area.

The full Leadership Council meeting materials and directions are available at www.psp.wa.gov/LC_meetings.php. This meeting is open to the public and all are welcome to provide comment and learn about the regional effort to restore and protect Puget Sound.

If you need special accommodations to participate in this meeting, please notify the Special Assistant to the Boards, Dominique Hampton, at 360.464.1229.

About the Puget Sound Partnership
The Puget Sound Partnership is the state agency formed to lead the region’s collective effort to restore and protect Puget Sound. Working with more than governments, tribes, scientists, businesses, and nonprofits, the Partnership mobilizes partner action around a common agenda, advances Sound investments, and tracks progress to optimize recovery. For more information, go to www.psp.wa.gov.

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