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Let’s celebrate World Wetland’s Day together

Aloha members,

Did you know that O’ahu has one of the most priceless wetlands in America?

Come celebrate the protection of this wetland and learn more about its unique place in our landscape. All events are free of charge, including games, music, and tours into the marsh led by local experts. To download a pdf flier with full location and time details, click on this link.

Our Caucus will be manning a coffee and Malasada booth, so be sure to drop by and visit with us after your walking tour. The day promises to be wonderful, so take a moment to invite your friends.

If you would like to lean more about World Wetland’s Day, here is the official Ramsar link. (I feel compelled to add that if you work with kids as I do, you will want to check out all the great wetlands awareness activities that their site provides free of charge. Click here for details. You will need to scroll down to the bottom of the page and download the pdf Index files. They include fourteen years of posters, cartoons, and activities for kids.)

Hope to see you on February 5, and be sure to forward this post to your friends,

Lynn Marie Sager