Folks, if your house was built in the 80s or so, your kitchen can lights are likely not insulated and not sealed. In the winter, cold air falls from your unheated attic. COSTCO has led replacements that seal off the cans, provide lots (!) of light and use just a little energy. They sell this…

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Thurston Regional Planning Council has produced a DRAFT Regional Transportation Plan. Check out the Draft RTP and provide your comments. This plan will shape transportation decisions for the next couple of decades. It’s our future. Again, check it out HERE!  

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E2SHB 2346 is now in in Senate Ways and Means, awaiting floor action. Please contact your senators and ask that they take action on the bill AND restore the incentives from the original bill. Action is important–now. Go to http://apps.leg.wa.gov/billinfo/summary.aspx?bill=2346&year=2015 and ask for action.

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Building on the momentum of the recent climate conference in Paris, and with encouragement from Governor Jay Inslee, The Evergreen State College will convene policy makers, industry leaders, research and advocacy groups together with students, faculty, staff and the greater community on January 13 for a day of talks on climate change and regional solutions.…

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The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will not schedule any razor clam digs on ocean beaches in November due to elevated levels of marine toxins. Tests show that domoic acid levels on Washington beaches remain above the threshold (20 parts per million) set by state public health officials, said Dan Ayres, coastal shellfish manager…

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