Take action: protect Puget Sound

This article was originally published in June 2017

Since our April story (“Aquaculture awash in controversy”) was published, a new campaign called Our Sound, Our Salmon launched to raise awareness about the threats from open-ocean salmon farms and what we can do to oppose them.

Visit oursound-oursalmon.org to sign a petition to Governor Inslee asking him to stop the expansion of open-ocean salmon farms in Washington’s waters.

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Nutritionists' Picks

With local, organic strawberries, raspberries, cherries and blueberries coming in to season this month, our produce departments are a riot of color and flavor. Get them while you can! And don't miss products our nutritionists love, including a refreshing watermelon juice, a natural sleep aid, and healthful (and spicy!) snack chips made with quinoa, flax and other other seeds and grains.

2017 board election

Members, it's not too late to vote! Mail-in ballots must be received at the PCC office by 5 p.m. on June 7.

PCC Board of Trustees report, June 2017

2017 Board Election, 2017 Annual Members' Business Meeting, Board report, and more