Join the Adopt A Stream Foundation on Saturday, Feb. 24, to plant native trees and shrubs along Jones Creek. - 10 a.m.-1 p.m. - Northpointe Park, 7201 71st Ave. N.E., Marysville - Dress for the weather, including boots - Tools, gloves and light refreshments will be provided.
Questions? Contact email@example.com or call 425-316-8592.
The City of Marysville has a variety of educational resources available to the public. Below the main audiences for which the City has resources available:
Private Homeowners and Renters
Contractors and Builders
Schools and Educators
Environmental Awareness and Education in Schools
Through the Allen/Quilceda Watershed Action Team, the City and Marysville School District worked together to dedicate a 11.5 acre School District owned parcel adjacent to Jones Creek to be used as a learning center for this environmental education.
The City of Marysville Surface Water Management works in conjunction with the Marysville School District and Sound Salmon Solutions to provide environmental education to local fifth grade students. The curriculum covers a range of topics relating to salmon habitat restoration including:
water quality monitoring
It allows a classroom to take "ownership" of a site and work from start to finish on the habitat restoration, learning as they go. It's hands-on, interactive and covers a wide variety of Washington State Essential Academic Learning Requirements and Common Core Curriculum.
Sockeye salmon in spawning colors. Education and outreach efforts help increase public awareness about what we can do to improve stream health, which in turn improves salmon runs. (Image courtesy of Sound Salmon Solutions)