Friends Of The Hidden River
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 463
20505 Marine Drive Unit 4 Stanwood WA 98292 USA
The friends of the hidden river is an educational organization dedicated to developing and enhancing citizen understanding and action in community environmental education issues in the puget sound and surrounding regions. Our specific vision is to unite the community with the environment by developing viable answers to the following question, "how do we create solutions, sustainable and dynamic, that will balance the wants of our citizens with our need for a healthy environment? " our specific areas of emphasis are, but not limited to: wastewater, water, environment and ecology, conservation and stewardship, technology, and energy.
Writing and producing educational brochures.
ground to sound stem environmental challenge summer camp. Camp participants will learn about the natural environment and how systems can work together to create a more sustainable world.
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The Friends of the Hidden River is an outstanding group that have done wonders in our community! This small group of teacher-environmental educators are the ones that got King County, and the entire community on board to agree on, the help fund a $10.3 Million dollar Environmental Center and community park in the Woodiville, WA area. They raised over $1.3M themselves for this project. Now they are working on cool new environmental programming. Recently the Friends of the Hidden River created a cutting edge STEM environmental challenge summer at the new Brightwater Center for summer 2012. They are an exciting group to watch in action. Small, powerful, and great for our community!
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