For more than 80 years, polluted runoff from Seattle’s Aurora Bridge has been discharged untreated to Seattle’s Lake Washington Ship Canal, impacting migrating salmon and other aquatic life. That inspired environmentally innovative developer Mark Grey to join forces with Salmon-Safe to convene a multiple organization partnership to treat runoff through rain gardens, including at his Salmon-Safe certified Data 1 development project adjacent to the bridge.
Join us on September 19 for the unveiling of the conceptual Aurora Bridge Bioswale Design and learn about the project’s benefits to salmon and Puget Sound.
Informational Open House
Milstead Coffee at Data 1
September 19, 2018, 4:30-6:30pm
754 N 34th Street, Seattle [map it]
Free & open to the public
Thanks to the Boeing Company and The Nature Conservancy for event funding. The Aurora Bridge project is presented by the following nonprofit partners: Salmon-Safe, Clean Lake Union, The Nature Conservancy, Stewardship Partners. For more information, please contact Ellen Southard with Salmon-Safe Puget Sound.