Please join us for the FISH annual meeting. FISH members and the general public are invited to eet and mingle over coffee and dessert. The general membership meeting will begin at 7 PM with elections of members of the Board of Directors and a state of the organization report by our Executive Director, Jane Kuechle, followed by the program for the evening.
This year the meeting will feature the Watershed Report, an inspirational and highly informative series of short videos that track positive sustainability trends in the 28 cities and 13 school districts of the greater Cedar River/ Sammamish / Lake Washington Watershed. The Watershed Report is a program of the Friends of the Cedar River Watershed now expanding its geographical base to include all of WRIA 8.
Professional produced and entirely narrated by top high school students, the annually updated Watershed Report video series measures what’s working, reports good news to local decision makers and drives policy improvements towards the stewardship of our watershed address. Now in its third year, the Watershed Report is generating a wave of positive impacts and new partnership opportunities.
Join us! November 8, 2012
Doors open at 6:30 PM
Meeting begins at 7:00 PM
Watershed Science Center
Watershed Report Students will be presenting selected videos and leading a discussion on how FISH. members can support next year’s planned update on Salmon Recovery, including the story of our own Issaquah Creek fish passage facility.