Storming the Sound

A timeline on the wall at Storming the Sound enabled participants to share environmentally significant events that have occurred over the past 20 years, including the start of the environmental education event in 2000, by writing on and posting cutouts of the region's natural resources.

LA CONNER — Students, educators and representatives from environmental groups met Thursday at La Conner’s Maple Hall for the 20th Storming the Sound.

The daylong event brings together those with a common interest in environmental education to hear from experts in the north Puget Sound region.


— Reporter Kimberly Cauvel: 360-416-2199, kcauvel@skagitpublishing.com, Twitter: @Kimberly_SVH, Facebook.com/bykimberlycauvel

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