Adopt A Stream Foundation

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Adopt A Stream Foundation
Adopt A Stream Foundation is listed in the Associations category in Everett, Washington. Displayed below is the only current social network for Adopt A Stream Foundation which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Adopt A Stream Foundation on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 61.

Contact information for Adopt A Stream Foundation is:
600 128th St SE
Everett, WA 98208
(425) 316-8592

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Adopt A Stream Foundation has an overall ZapScore of 61. This means that Adopt A Stream Foundation has a higher ZapScore than 61% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Everett, Washington is 31 and in the Associations category is 39. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Adopt A Stream Foundation added an event.
Join the Adopt A Stream Foundation on November 2nd to restore habitat along Thornton Creek at North Seattle College! Volunteers will help remove blackberry while learning about what a scary invasive it is. Tools, gloves and Halloween themed refreshments will be provided. The event is rain or shine so bring muck boots and rain gear! Park in the north parking lot, closest to the Luxe Apartments. You can register by emailing ashleya@streamkeeper.org, calling 425-316-8592 ext. 116 or just show up if you decide you can come!
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The Stream Team just finished up their final log jam of the season, and it's the largest one yet! This single jam contains 40 logs.

Adopt A Stream Foundation shared their event.
Next week! Learn how to adopt your local stream at this FREE workshop in North Seattle.
The first part of the training includes great underwater video of salmon spawning and a fast paced introduction to Five Steps of how to “adopt” a stream: 1. Investigate information about Thornton Creek (historical, physical, biological, chemical, social and political) 2. Find allies interested in protecting and enhancing the creek 3. Establish goals to improve water quality and fish/wildlife habitat 4. Create and action plan designed to meet established goals 5. Become a Streamkeeper™ and carry out planned actions The Streamkeepeer Workshop is free, however, registration is required by calling 425-316- 8592 or emailing aasf@streamkeeper.org. Everyone who completes both the introductory and field training events will receive a free copy of the Streamkeeper’s Field Guide: Watershed Inventory and Stream Monitoring Methods ( http://www.streamkeeper.org/aasf/Bk_Vid_Reviews.html). In addition, those who represent a college, school, or community group in the Thornton Creek watershed will be entered into a raffle to win biological and water quality monitoring equipment that will help with long-term Streamkeeper™ efforts.

Adopt A Stream Foundation shared their event.
Next week! Come learn how to monitor your local stream at this FREE training in North Seattle.
Visit two sites on Thornton creek to learn how to: - Design a watershed inventory and stream monitoring program - Measure stream flow - Map a stream reach - Evaluate the physical, biological and chemical characteristics of streams - Present information collected to land use decision makers Space is LIMITED. Only 20 people allowed so register now by calling 425-316-8592 or by emailing aasf@streamkeeper.org Everyone who completes both the introductory and field training events will receive a free copy of the Streamkeeper’s Field Guide: Watershed Inventory and Stream Monitoring Methods ( http://www.streamkeeper.org/aasf/Bk_Vid_Reviews.html). In addition, those who represent a college, school, or community group in the Thornton Creek watershed will be entered into a raffle to win biological and water quality monitoring equipment that will help with long-term Streamkeeper™ efforts.

The sockeye are on the move in North Creek