The work our Toxics Cleanup Program team is doing on the former Custom Plywood mill site on Fidalgo Bay in Anacortes is getting a lot of attention recently.
First, the Skagit Valley Herald published an in-depth look at the environmental cleanup of this key Puget Sound Initiative site on a bay that is important for protecting, restoring and maintaining the Sound's health. That was on Sunday, Oct. 19.
|Jan Hersey sent us this great shot.|
And go here to Flickr to check out our photos that show off the great work our people coordinated and helped fund.
Now this video -- made by the Friends of Skagit Beaches and an independent filmmaker using an Ecology public participation grant -- is live online.
Citizen groups and not-for-profit public interest organizations use the grants to encourage people to get involved in the investigation and cleanup of contaminated sites.
Stay tuned -- we have much more great things to share about our cleanup work in and around Puget Sound. Watch for it!