February 25, 2009

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News and Upcoming Events
North Fork walkers gather at Ronald Bog
Sign up now for free Thornton Creek North Fork Sampler Walk

Visit the headwaters, follow storm drain markers, see a new arboretum at Ronald Bog and a hidden arboretum at Twin Ponds, and learn about the Shoreline Transfer Station’s efforts to revitalize the creek. Space is limited, so sign up now.
Land & Water students observe macroinvertebrates
Teach children outdoors

Looking for a way to get outside and share your love of nature with students? Jump in this spring as a Land and Water volunteer!
New giving categories added for Homewaters’ spring fundraising party

Mark your calendars now! Homewaters is pleased to provide hands-on field experiences for school classes free of charge, and the Know Your Homewaters Spring Party helps make this possible. Adult tickets cost $40 in advance. Or boost your impact by purchasing tickets at higher donor levels. Learn the details, or buy tickets online now.

Linda Versage named outstanding educator

The Environmental Education Association of Washington named Schools Coordinator Linda Versage “Outstanding Non-Formal Environmental Educator” in Washington State at its annual conference in Wenatchee November 14. Since joining Homewaters Project in 2002, Linda has developed five interdisciplinary field investigations connecting classroom science to nature in students’ home neighborhoods.
Send your mail with custom U.S. postage!

Now you can choose from five designs featuring native plants and students engaged in field investigations. The high-quality stamps, printed by an approved licensed vendor, ship in slightly more than 24 hours. Homewaters Project receives a small royalty on every purchase.

Homewaters custom postage stamp