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Yuck, yuck, and yuck!

Stormwater continues to be the largest source of pollution in Puget Sound, and Laura James continues to provide such graphic imagery of this that the mainstream media is getting more engaged in the story. Of course it helps that Laura is quite articulate, even poetic, on the topic. Today we've added links to additional coverage of Laura's work.

Stormwater Runoff: A Flood of Crud by Liam Moriarty

A Visitor on Their Planet by Liam Moriarty

 

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