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Michael Grayum
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The Ecosystem Coordination Board will meet in Edmonds May 17

TACOMA – The Ecosystem Coordination Board, policy advisory body to the Puget Sound Partnership, will meet in Edmonds this Thursday, May 17, 2012, from 10:00 AM to 3:30 PM in the Brackett Room of City Hall, located at 121 5th Avenue North, Edmonds, WA.

Meeting highlights include:

The full agenda, meeting materials and directions are available at:

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The Puget Sound Partnership was created in 2007 with strong bipartisan support to coordinate the regional effort to clean up Puget Sound. The Ecosystem Coordination Board is convened by the Partnership and is the place where businesses, conservation organizations, local governments state and federal agencies, tribes, ports and other partners come together.

By working together throughout the past five years, the Puget Sound region has protected more than 2,440 acres of habitat, restored 70 miles of streams and rivers, and advanced nationally recognized restoration projects, such as the 762 acres of estuary restored in Thurston County and the removal of two dams on the Elwha River. In 2010 alone, the Puget Sound region completed 565 projects and supported nearly 7,476 jobs.

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