To help tell the powerful story about a once-polluted and neglected creek that is becoming a flourishing home for spawning salmon, the documentary Engineering with Nature – An Ode to Water, Wood, and Stone, was selected to premiere at the 2019 Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) on Saturday, June 8.Read more
Celebrate adventure and conservation with the Washington Water Trust at an evening of happy hour and award-winning environmental films from around the world!
When: Tuesday, June 18th, 2019 | 5:30 PM Happy Hour | 6:30 PM Films
Where: SIFF Cinema Egyptian | 805 E Pine St, Seattle, WA 98122
Tickets are $35 and include:
A Klean Kanteen steel pint cup with WWT logo
A digital Chinook Book subscription
One happy hour beer/wine/soda
Acknowledgement as a valued WWT supporter
By Brooke Shields, UW Civil & Environmental Engineering
If Thornton Creek could tell a story, it would not only be surprising— it would be surprisingly good.
Do you have a dream research project that you want to share with academic community? If so, Freshwater Initiative invites you to present your idea in a lightning talk (2-3 minutes) answering the following question: if you had unlimited funding for a year, what is one interdisciplinary question you would pursue?Read more