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September 4, 2015

Put a little Salish Sea News and Weather in your Inbox and jump-start your mornings!

This September, Salish Sea News and Weather begins its 5th year of publishing its weekday news clippings. A compilation of relevant and enlightening news articles on various issues affecting the health of the Salish Sea, this free service is offered by Mike Sato. If you don’t already receive the daily email, sign up today! 

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Some mornings it’s a challenge to get the brain going. Personally, a good cup of coffee and a quick skim of the Salish Sea News and Weather get’s me going with snippets of articles of interest to the conservation minded aquatic enthusiast. Even though I’ve yet to personally meet Mike Sato, he’s forever a legend in my book for providing this free service to better inform citizens of the Salish Sea.

About Salish Sea Communications: “Salish Sea Communications provides communications and public relations services that raise visibility and engage audiences. Drawing on over 30 years experience in private, public and not-for-profit work, Mike Sato brings to you his skills and insights in developing and carrying out your print, electronic and social media projects and products. “I’ve been in the communications business since 1977 starting with community weekly newspapers then working for Seattle City Light, the Puget Sound Water Quality Authority, Hawaiian Electric Company and, for 20 years, People For Puget Sound.”

“Salish Sea News & Weather” is compiled as a community service by Mike Sato. To subscribe, send your name and email to msato@salishseacom.com. Your email information is never shared and you can unsubscribe at any time. If you enjoy this service, encourage your family and friends to sign up as well. Communicate, Educate, Advocate!

 

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