Join the South Sound Chapter of Surfrider Foundation for our September Chapter Meeting. This will be a virtual meeting through Zoom.
PLEASE REGISTER IN ADVANCE for this meeting by following this link:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
We are pleased to announce that Stena Troyer with Harbor WildWatch will lead a hands on interactive science experiment. Join us for Science with Stena.
What is a watershed and what can we do to help improve water quality in our watershed? Join Science Specialist, Stena Troyer for an interactive lesson about watersheds. Gather up the supplies below and tune in to the monthly South Sound Surfrider Chapter Meeting. Participation is highly encouraged!
* Sheet of blank paper
* Permanent markers or colored pencils
* Washable/water-based markers
* Spray bottle with water (sink is a good back up)
In this lesson you are invited to design your own watershed and test how pollution moves from land to larger bodies of water. We will be drawing a watershed using permanent markers/colored pencils and then will draw some everyday pollution in washable markers. The container is suggested to minimize messes as we spray our watershed with water to observe how pollution moves. After our experiment, we will think about what we can do to reduce pollution and further actions we can take to protect the environment and the people in it!
Find out more about Harbor WildWatch at: https://www.harborwildwatch.org/