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350 Tacoma works to build a multi-generational, multi-racial, multi-issue movement to create the people power needed to rapidly transform our economy and society for a just, clean, safe world for all.

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350 Tacoma is a local independent group of 350.org, an international grassroots movement working in

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The weather is looking good for Saturday’s work party at qʷiqʷəlut — the salt marsh that we steward in the Tacoma tideflats! The site is teeming with life…lots of flowers and birds and baby geese and, yes, INVASIVE WEEDS! We could really use your help!There is still time to register and join the fun on Sat, May 21, 10am-1pm. Bring gloves and a water bottle and wear long pants. All are welcome! RSVP HERE: tacoma.greencitypartnerships.org/event/5/For 4+ years now, 350 Tacoma (with the support of City of Tacoma Environmental Services and the Green City Partnership) have been working to restore a long-neglected salt marsh located deep in the industrial Port of Tacoma, between an oil terminal and a container shipping yard. Our goal is to love this little two acre open space back to health by removing garbage & invasive weeds and restoring native habitat for wildlife. The salt marsh was initially named for a French chemical company that once polluted this site, but in consultation with the Puyallup Tribal Language Program we have restored a native Twulshootseed place name: qʷiqʷəlut (“little marsh”). ... See MoreSee Less
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