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    Staff Portal Project Sheets To submit a project to the Communications Department or check on the progress of a current project use the link below. To access Project Sheets, ย log in with your netid when prompted. Comm Project Sheets System Shared Documents To access Shared Documents in WS...
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    Snohomish County is offering FREE Septic Care Workshops for homeowners! Registration is required to attend a workshop. Visit this link for more information and to register for one of the two upcoming workshops. ...
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    UW’s School of Aquatic and Fisheries Sciences hosts weekly lunch-time seminars, where students and faculty share findings from their current research. Read through our past seminars to get an idea of topics covered and be sure to check out our events calendar to download upcoming seminars on y...
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    The NOAA Marine Debris Art Contest is now open! This year’s contest runs through November 30th and winners will be featured in our 2018 Marine Debris Calendar! Eligibility All students in Kindergarten through 8th grades from all U.S. states and territories โ€” recognized public, private and ho...
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    NOAA’s Coastal Resilience Grants are helping communities that are interested in faster and better recovery from coastal hazards. This webinar is part of a series designed to share the lessons learned from these projects. The risks associated with natural hazards in the state of Washington, inc...
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