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Pacific Northwest Clean Waters Challenge

Program Contact: Erica Guttman, Senior Extension Coordinator & Educator
(360) 867-2164 •

Protecting the waters of Alaska, Washington, Idaho, and Oregon

Pacific Northwest Clean Waters ChallengeWSU Extension and the Pacific Northwest Regional Water Program launch a pledge-like program to encourage residents of the Pacific Northwest to make best choices in their homes, with transportation, and outdoors to protect water quality and community health.

Residents are encouraged to make at least 2 NEW choices as part of the Challenge out of 16.

Resources and incentive for making good choices are provided.

Residents have the ability to help ensure we have clean water by making best choices on a personal level.

Join our networks and help us share the Challenge with your friends.

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(click here to take the Challenge now!)

For more information about taking the challenge, becoming a sponsor or connecting your organization with the Challenge call Brian Stafki at (360) 867-2167 or

To take the Challenge off-linefill out this form and mail it to WSU Extension, Water Resources, 3054 Carpenter Rd. SE, Olympia, WA 98503.

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