Tuesday, May 17, 2011

A Tale of Two Rivers – Seattle, May 24th

Conservationists come together to discuss successful efforts for salmon protection and what still needs to be done.

On May 24 in Seattle, WA, Save Our Wild Salmon, along with several other environmental organizations, will celebrate the monumental removal of two salmon-killing dams in the Elwha River and discuss the campaign to remove the four lower Snake River dams. We will also show The Greatest Migration, a film that traces the incredible journey of Snake River salmon. 

When: Tuesday, May 24, 2011, 6:30-8:30 p.m. PST (the program will begin at 7:00 p.m.)

Where: REI Flagship Store – 222 Yale Ave North, Seattle, WA 

Additional info: Joseph Bogaard (joseph@wildsalmon.org) or Patricia Sumption (patsump@juno.com)

Cost: Event is FREE and open to the public, but RSVPs are appreciated

Guest speakers for the event are: Joseph Bogaard, Outreach Director at Save Our Wild Salmon, Michael Garrity, NW Policy Director at American Rivers, Shawn Cantrell, Executive Director at Seattle Audubon, and Tom O’Keefe, NW Director of American Whitewater.

This event is sponsored by: American RiversAmerican Whitewater Save Our Wild SalmonSierra ClubREISeattle Audubon

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