Orca and Grey Whales are dying … what can you do to correct the eco-system?


Call on the Washington State Senate to Protect and Restore our Puget Sound Environment

It’s been three years since an orca calf has survived in Puget Sound. The southern resident orca population is at a 30-year low, and salmon runs continue to decline. It’s clear: we need urgent and serious action to repair environmental damage and protect threatened and endangered species in Puget Sound.

The Washington State Legislature can fund the critical restoration when they reconvene — but we must make clear this is a top priority. Will you add your name to show this fight has grassroots support?

Memorial Day weekend marked the unofficial beginning of summer — and with it comes more outdoors time in and around Puget Sound.

But thanks to climate change and polluted stormwater runoff, Puget Sound’s future is uncertain. It’s been three years since an orca calf has survived in its waters. The southern resident orca population is at a 30-year low, and salmon runs continue to decline.

Now more than ever, we must take action to protect and restore our Puget Sound environment. If we don’t act now, it could be too late to course correct.

hilaryfranz.com

 

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