State of the Watershed
October 10th 2019 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmLucinda Wingard | (253) 858-3647 | WingardJL@comcast.net
Location: Sehmel Homestead Park Pavilion, 10123 78th Ave NW.
The KGI Watershed Council hosts its annual “State of the Watershed” meeting featuring speakers from local non-profits, government agencies, and businesses on the health, activities, and general state of the Key Peninsula, Gig Harbor, and Islands (KGI) watersheds. Topics include • Water Quality - Three Decades of Marine Water Quality Data – Jean Frost, Washington State Department of Health • Human Health & Quality of Life - Air Quality Impacts to Human Health – Judy Olsen, Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department • Water Quantity - Water Supply Planning on the Key and Gig Harbor Peninsulas – Stacy Vynne, Washington State Department of Ecology • Habitat - High Resolution Change Detection to Habitat – Kenneth Pierce, Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife • Biodiversity - Citizen Science Beach Health Monitoring – Mike Behrens, Pacific Lutheran University • Population - Demographics of the KGI Watershed – Peninsula Light Company For more about KGI Watershed Council, visit its Facebook page.