Richland Washington Launches Monthly Environmental Update

A monthly bulletin that highlights local and nationwide environmental issues is being produced and offered to the public by the City of Richland's Environmental Education Office.  This month's short, easy to read bulletin includes information on Benton Conservation District's Weedseeker project, event recycling, donating garden produce to food banks, mosquito control information, bottled water facts and hikes offered by the Intermountain Alpine Club. In addition, it promotes a monthly environmental segment that airs on cable television. The newsletter is available via email, on the city's website, or as a handout at City Hall and the Richland Public Library. Previously, Richland's Environmental Education Office provided "Environmental Tips" each month to employees and a small number of recipients.  Over the years, the distribution list has increased and was recently reformatted and titled, Environmental Update. For more information, log onto www.ci.richland.wa.us/richland/enviro, link to current news.  To subscribe to the bulletin, send an email to geverett@ci.richland.wa.us or call 942-7730.   Gail Everett, Environmental Education Coordinator | Public Information Office - City of Richland | www.ci.richland.wa.us/RICHLAND/enviro | P.O. Box 190; Richland WA; 99352 | 509-942-7730 "Live your life through conviction - not convenience"

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