The Puget Sound Partnership, created by the state legislature earlier this year to plan and coordinate restoration of the Sound, provides an opportunity for bold, creative action to conserve the natural heritage of our region. But only if we, as interested members of the public, make clear that we will settle for nothing less.
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Sound Consumer, August 2007
A small group of dedicated PCC Farmland Trust supporters has created a special opportunity for saving farmland. They’ve joined together to create the Ames Creek Challenge Grant. This grant will allow other donors to increase the value of their donations by 50 percent.
You may already be a fan of the Golden Glen cheeses sold in PCC’s delis — a variety of herbed cheddars and feta. But now you’ll be seeing Golden Glen milk in the dairy case as well. What makes it special?
Announcement about tour of the Ames Creek Farm Tour held in September, as part of the King County Harvest Tour, and a warm welcome to the Trust’s new communications and development director, Kelly Sanderbeck. Article about the Ames Creek Challenge Grant and a letter about Ames Creek.