These problems led them to conceptualize a “Wheel of Fortune”-type of device to engage people at events that happen around Puget Sound each summer. The idea was to have something that caught the attention of adults and children and could be transported, set up, and operated by one staff member.
- Find out what they did with the idea, read this full story online.
- Story written by DouGlas Palenshus, Ecology Northwest Regional Office
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