GET YOUR SALMON LAWN SIGN FOR FREE!

TO GET YOUR FREE SIGN, PLEASE SEND A SELF-ADRESSED, 6-INCH BY 9-INCH STAMPED ENVELOPE (.80-CENTS POSTAGE PLEASE!) TO: SEAWOLF SALMON SIGNS, P.O. BOX 929, MARYSVILLE, WASHINGTON 98270!

Free 'Salmon Friendly Lawn Signs' Now Available
Protect Puget Sound Coastal Wildlife & Ecosystems - Send for Your Lawn Sign Today

SeaWolf Coastal Protection announces the availability of FREE, 6-inch by 9-inch 'Salmon Friendly Lawn Signs' to all homeowners who are willing to eliminate the use of toxic fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides from their gardens in 2005. These colourful signs are designed to be placed on a small stake on your lawn, and will help promote an increased awareness about the problem of toxic gardening run-off in your neighborhood. Signs are available for free by sending a self-addressed, stamped (80-cents) envelope to: SeaWolf, Post Office Box 929, Marysville WA 98270.
There is no cost for these signs. Please help build awareness about toxic lawn run-off to Puget Sound homeowners by sending for your sign today. Protect wildlife, pets, children and the water quality of local streams and rivers by putting a 'Salmon Friendly' lawn sign in your garden today. For more information, please contact SeaWolf at www.projectseawolf.org or email at projseawolf@earthlink.net.
Thanks immensely for taking a part in this wonderful public education effort! By placing one of these signs in your yard, you are helping to educate friends and neighbors about the vibrant connection between our lawns, and the rivers and streams running into the great Puget Sound all around us! These signs are made to withstand the weather and rain for up to the whole year, but if your signs wears out, we'll gladly send you another one!

The 2006 Salmon Lawnsign campaign has been made possible with the help of the Russell Family Foundation and the Ben & Jerry's Foundation, and many independent contributors. In 2007, SeaWolf will be partnering with Global Research & Rescue on a variety of projects, including our next Salmon Friendly Lawnsign campaign.

Project SeaWolf Coastal Protection
425.879.4676
www.projectseawolf.org

Global Research & Rescue (GRR) - 206-284-4717
http://http://www.grrescue.org

Snohomish County Surface Water Management - 425.388.3411
http://http://www1.co.snohomish.wa.us/Departments/Public_Works/Divisions/SWM/Services/Landowners/Streamside/Resources/

Seattle Public Utilities Salmon Friendly Gardening - 206.633.0224
http://www.seattle.gov/util/Services/Yard/Natural_Lawn_&_Garden_Care/Salmon_Friendly_Gardening/index.asp

Stilly-Snohomish Fisheries Enhancement Task Force
- http://www.stillysnofish.org - 425.252.6686

Mid Vancouver Island Habitat Enhancement Society
- PO Box 935 Parksville, BC CANADA V9P 2G9 www.mvihes.bc.ca/MVIHES/water_aware.htm#Salmon%20Friendly%20Lawns

Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticide
s - 541.344.6923 - www.pesticide.org

WA Dept. Of Ecology Water Quality
- 1-800-633-6193

www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/wq/wqhome.html King County Dept. of Natural Resource - 206-296-0100

http://dnr.metrokc.gov/topics/yard-and-garden/ Snohomish Conservation District
- 425.335.5634 - www.snohomishcd.org

Saving Water Partnership
- 206.684-SAVE - www.savingwater.org

Washington State University Gardening
- www.gardening.wsu.edu

Project SeaWolf Coastal Protection
- 425.879.4676 - www.projectseawolf.org

Project SeaWolf extends our appreciation to Snohomish County Public Works Solid Waste Management Division, along with the Seattle Public Utilities, King County and the cities of Everett, Edmonds, Lynnwood, Seattle and the WSU, whose materials have helped use to develop this program and information sheet. For more information about supporting this campaign, and other efforts of Project SeaWolf, please contact projseawolf@earthlink.net.