Learn to reduce your plastic use at free workshop Nov. 3

  • Monday, October 23, 2017 11:18am
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King Conservation District is hosting a free workshop on methods everyone can take to reduce the use of plastics, 7 to 8:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. 3, at Brightwater Environmental Education and Community Center in Woodinville. Presenters include Abbe Gloor from Bag Busters of South King County and Alayne Blickle of Horses for Clean Water.

Plastics have become an insidious part of our everyday lives. Contents from plastics end up in our oceans, waterways, and even make their way into the food chain of Puget Sound.

Attend this free workshop to learn about the plastic cycle on a local and global scale and what each of us can do to break it. Get 10 tips to make changes in your household today and learn to make your own reusable products to take home.Meet the bag monster at this family- friendly event.

Participants must bring a large T-shirt to the class. Register to attend at https://savepugetsound.eventbrite.com, call (425) 282-1949, or send email to signup@kingcd.org.

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