We’ve got lots of great information to share with you:
Add your events to the PSSH website
Get some extra (and FREE) advertising for your public events! Add your events to the Puget Sound Starts Here website by simply filling out and submitting this form. Your event will appear on the PSSH.org event feed.
2015 PSSH month toolkit – part 1
To help you participate in Puget Sound Starts Here Month, we’ve just released the first part of the 2015 Puget Sound Starts Here (PSSH) Toolkit. You can find the toolkit here: https://app.box.com/s/yxolqs677kwxkemtxkjboohpmkssnq2p. If you have any problems accessing the toolkit, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
And more coming soon! The next additions to the toolkit will include: press release templates galore, a model proclamation, event flyer templates, and customizable PSSH Month ad templates.
Find lots of additional PSSH resources on the STORM website
Check out “Spurring Stormwater Solutions,” an article looking at the success of using incentives to encourage stormwater solutions. It appeared in the February 2015 issue of Water Environment & Technology.
King County has created a series of short and fun “Stormwater Etiquitte” videos. Check them out!
Prevent dumpster soup and reduce water pollution
Prevent dumpster soup and keep that polluted water out of storm drains with some simple to-do's.
Video length: 1 minute, 25 seconds
Please, don't drip and drive
Your car may be dripping some of the most toxic chemicals found in Puget Sound.
Video length: 1 minute, 46 seconds
Trees- stormwater filters
Trees play an important role in filtering pollutants picked up and carried by water.
Video length: 1 minute
-Snohomish Conservation District has positions open for an Outreach Assistant and a Youth Educator. Applications for both positions are due March 11. http://snohomishcd.org/Careers
-Washington Stormwater Center (WSC) at WSU Puyallup Research and Extension Center is looking for a Director. Open until filled. To apply, visit: https://www.wsujobs.com/postings/17135.
-City of Olympia is hiring a Code Enforcement Officer. Open until filled. Find more information here: http://www.awcnet.org/apps/jobnet/jobinfo.asp?id=23534&sortBy=1®ion=1&category=ANY&employment
-Department of Ecology is hiring a Communications Consultant 3. Learn more about the position and apply here: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/washington/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1085417