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In Case You Missed It...

It's the height of vacation season and email catch up, so we wanted to highlight two stories from our August newsletter for anyone who didn't get the chance to see them. Happy reading!

Partner Spotlight - Grist

Grist is a force to be reckoned with in thoughtful, innovative climate & environmental justice journalism. Moving beyond the daily "Beacon" hitting our inboxes, what else is going on at Grist? What new programs are they focusing on, what has informed their rebranding this year, and how is their regional coverage impacting the Puget Sound? We spoke with Kate Yoder, Associate Editor at Grist, about these questions and more. Read the full Q&A on our blog at the link below. 

From Our Blog

Western Wildfires


Indigenous Knowledge, Watershed Impacts, and Moving Toward a More Resilient & Prescient Fire Management System

This month, we couldn't help but address what's on everyone's mind: fire. Knowing our audience is well-familiar with the issue at hand, we wanted to dig deeper into some of the intersections most relevant to the conservation community: the recognition of indigenous fire management practices, the impact of wildfires on watershed health, the scale of funding needed to address the issue, and a host of illuminating resources & news.
[photo credit: Seattle Times]
Thank you for your continued interest in our work! Send us your ideas and stories for future newsletters: Tracy Stanton at Tracy@EmeraldAllianceNW.org

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