25 thoughts on “Citizen Action Training School

  1. I think I am interested in possibly being a CATS person! I live in Olympia and am and have experience as and Environmental Educator and a Kayak Instructor. Is there still room? I was hearing it mentioned at the EETAC meeting today and think it would fit right in with my background and interests!

    Please let me know
    Janet O’Connell
    360-259-5443

    • Janet,

      Thanks for your interest in the CATS program. In the Thurston, Mason, Pierce areas, the contact is AdamS@spsseg.org. Please send him an e-mail to get the application.

      Thanks again!

    • Julian,

      Thanks for your interest in the CATS program. In the Thurston, Mason, Pierce areas, the contact is AdamS@spsseg.org. Please send him an e-mail to get the application.

      Thanks again!

  2. I’d like to attend the Olympia based CATS training sessions. Please send me a registration form.

    Thank you.

  3. Any chance of having a workshop here in the San Juans? We are pretty centrally located—(to the Salish Sea, that is). If not, I’m interested in the Bellingham one–I could commute with Kim, perhaps…

  4. Please sign me up as I have an interest in water quality issues, lid, stormwater – watershed issues & mitigation and agricultural pollution. Thank you. I am a farmer, a resident with an creek flowing through our property and a supplier of a product found to be extremely effective in prevention and clean up of runoff

  5. Hi Rachel -

    I’m very active in this stuff and in San Juans and interested, but I need more information on logistics and content.

    Thank you,
    Barbara

  6. I can’t seem to get enough of salmon protection. I recently completed the Nisqually River Council Salmon Stewardship program with Don Perry. I live in Seattle but plan to migrate toward Bellingham w/i a year. I would like to start building a working volunteer relationship with groups like yours near Whatcomb county. I am considering entering the Environment and Community program at Antioch U in the fall and am also looking for a change project that could span a couple of years. Exploring Noonsack Salmon Enhancement Assoc.

    thanks———==bruce

    • Thanks- we agree!

      Please contact us at cats@n-sea.org if you are interested in an application- deadline is 8/30 for the Bellingham and Olympia sessions so be sure to let us know soon!

      -Rachel
      CATS Coordinator

  7. This looks fantastic and right up my professional “alley”. Please sign me up for the Olympia Training and send me the application.
    Many thanks,
    Laura

  8. For those of you considering this program in your area, I can’t recommend it enough. I completed the program in Bellingham and am now working on my project. The instruction was excellent, the opportunities to meet the players in agencies, non-pforits, and private sector who are working hard in their very different ways to protect watershed ecology is unique, and the preparation you receive to serve the needs of the environment based upon your own passions and interest is very exciting.

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