Learn about the state’s plan to deal with marine debris at one of three community meetings

Japanese consulate in Seattle confirmed boat came from Japan and was washed out to sea by the March 11, 2011, tsunami.
This boat washed up on Cape Disappointment State Park, June 15, 2012. The Japanese consulate in Seattle confirmed it was washed out to sea by the March 11, 2011 tsunami. Photo: WA Department of Ecology.

Do you live along the coast of Washington? Or do you like to visit the coast? Are you interesting in learning about the state’s plans to address marine debris that may cross the Pacific from the tragic March 11, 2011 Japan tsunami?

Find out more at one of three community meetings along the coast, sponsored by the Washington State Marine Debris Task Force:

November 7 in Port Angeles
6 p.m.
Port Angeles Senior Center
328 E. 7th Street (corner of Peabody and 7th streets)

November 15 in Ocean Shores
6:30 p.m.
Ocean Shores Convention Center
120 W. Chance A La Mer Ave.

Dec. 5 in Long Beach
3 p.m.
Peninsula Church Center
5000 “N” Place, Seaview

The state’s marine debris response plan will be a dynamic document, with new information added as needed.

Meeting details.

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