The Story of Water - a Project of the Environment Committee

The Story of Water - a Project of the Environment Committee

The Story of Water Clallam CountyDungeness River

Part 1: The Story of Water; An Introduction

For Presentation at Community Organizations

A presentation that highlights the beauty and the dynamics of the Dungeness Watershed and the challenges for our community. 

Part 2: The Story of Water; In-Depth

October 2019–June 2020 

A lecture series with experts that explores the many aspects of this critical resource and the future of the Dungeness Watershed.

To request “The Story of Water—An Introduction” for your group, contact Carrol Hull at hullc892 [at] gmail.com

The Story of Water, In-Depth; A Lecture Series  

October 2019–June 2020
6:30 PM Sequim City Hall Council Chambers

  • October 23, 2019  Hydrology—How our Water System Works: Understanding the hydrology of the Dungeness Watershed. Ann Soule, City of Sequim and Carol Creasey, Clallam County
  • November 13, 2019  Glaciers and Snowpacks—Changes and Challenges: What are the issues with our glaciers and snowpacks declining? Bill Baccus, Olympic National Park
  • December 11, 2019  Tribal Water Rights and History—“From Time Immemorial” Hansi Hall, Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe Natural Resources

2020 Dates, Times and Locations To Be Announced:

  • January 2020  Water Law in Washington: Who owns the water and what are our rights? WA Dept. of Ecology and Shearwater Law PLLC, Port Angeles
  • February 2020  Agriculture and Water—Irrigators and Protectors: Rights and conservation actions exercised by our farmers Clallam Conservation District
  • March 2020  Storm Water and Water Quality: What steps are being taken to guarantee safe, usable water? City of Sequim and Department of Environmental Health   
  • April 2020  Safeguarding our Natural Resources–Fish Survival: What is endangering the future of salmon? Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe
  • May 2020  Conserving and Storing Water: What are our choices? City of Sequim
  • June 2020  Our Water Future in Clallam County. Panel of Experts and Stakeholders   

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