May 3, 2017 Education and Outreach Work Group Meeting -Postponed til June 7th

he next meeting of the SRRTTF Education and Outreach Work group is:

Date: Wednesday May 3, 2017   Postponed until June 7th.
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Location: Washington Department of Ecology
N. 4601 Monroe St.
Spokane, WA 99205
Click here for a map.

Call in Number: 509-335-2277
Conference ID: 7775794

Meeting Documents:

April 5, 2017 Education and Outreach Work Group Meeting

The next meeting of the SRRTTF Education and Outreach Work group is:

Date: Wednesday April 5, 2017
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Location: Washington Department of Ecology
N. 4601 Monroe St.
Spokane, WA 99205
Click here for a map.

Call in Number: 509-335-2277
Conference ID: 7775794

Agenda: 

  • PCBs in Products: Coherent strategy to tell the story
  • Website Public Outreach PCB/Toxics Interface: Where to from here? (Mockup put together by Kristen Zimmer).
  • Education and Outreach workgroup – role, leadership, meeting schedule, work products?

Meeting Materials:
 Website MockUp2 (1) (Note: still need to change the graphic based on feedback to include all sources, but this gives the general idea)
 Comp Plan e&o Actions_work plan

February 1, 2017 Education and Outreach Work Group Meeting

The next meeting of the SRRTTF Education and Outreach Work group is:

Date: Wednesday February 1, 2017
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Location: Washington Department of Ecology
N. 4601 Monroe St.
Spokane, WA 99205
Click here for a map.

Call in Number: 509-335-2277
Conference ID: 7775794

SRRTTF E&O meeting 2.1.17_DRAFT Summary

Agenda:

  • Intros and agenda review
  • Review and followup of action items from the January 4, 2017 meeting
    • Landing Page- Kristen Zimmer
    • Education and Outreach (comp plan) -logic diagram – Jerry White
  • Tie up brainstorming session from the previous meeting:(key messages, PCB story)
  • Communication Work Plan
    • Plan for next year, actions, milestones, timeline, etc
  • Grants and Funding for outreach?

SRRTTF E&O meeting 1.4.17_DRAFT Summary

 

 

January 4, 2017 Education and Outreach Work Group Meeting

The next meeting of the SRRTTF Education and Outreach Work group is:

Date: Wednesday January 4, 2017
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Location: Washington Department of Ecology
N. 4601 Monroe St.
Spokane, WA 99205
Click here for a map.

Call in Number: 509-335-2277
Conference ID: 7775794

The purpose of the meeting will be to clearly define the  audience and big messages that the group will carry forward into a work plan for the 2017 year and beyond.  Participants are asked to think about the following questions prior to the meeting to help facilitate robust discussion at the meeting next week.
  1.  Who are the target audiences?
  2.  Where will information be posted/where will the audiences get their information?
  3.  How will information be delivered?
  4.  What are the key messages that will come from the Task Force/individual Task Force members (may depend on the specific audience that the individual member has contact with).
  5.  What can and should be accomplished in 2017 by this work group/by individual members of SRRTTF?
  6. Target constituency: who is/are your opinion leaders, thought leaders, or (behavioral) influencers?

Note: (the phone line will remain open for 10 minutes after the meeting starts, if no one joins the call in that time, it will be disconnected, please let Kara Whitman know if you will join the meeting by phone later than this at kmwhitman@wsu.edu)

Comprehensive Plan Implementation: Chart of plan actions that have an outreach component  Comprehensive Plan Education and Outreach Actions Spreadsheet

mplementation of the comprehensive plan, I have made a chart of the items in the plan that involve or have a significant outreach component.
 

December 7, 2016 Education and Outreach Work Group Meeting

The next meeting of the Spokane River Regional Toxics Task Force Education and Outreach Work Group is:

Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Time: 1:30 p.m – 3:30 p.m. 
Location: RiverKeeper
35 West Main, Suite 300 Spokane WA

Click Here
for a map.
To connect by phone:
Dial: 509-335-2277
Conf. ID: 5708027
 Note: (the line will remain open for 10 minutes after the meeting starts, if no one joins the call in that time, it will be disconnected, please let Kara Whitman know if you will join the meeting by phone later than this at kmwhitman@wsu.edu)
General Agenda:
  • Education and Outreach activity demonstration (bioaccumulation/biomagnification)
  • Education and Outreach Activities/audiences compilation (update on Brenden Campbell’s work)
  • Education and Outreach Work Plan development (Comp Plan)

Meeting Materials:
–  Education and Outreach Workgroup meeting_12.7.16 summary
–  srrttf-education-and-outreach-spreadsheet_10-17srrttf-education-and-outreach-spreadsheet_10-17

 

outreach items of interest:
–  fw_-dont-drip-and-drive-update-we-need-your-help
–  fw_-free-auto-leak-inspection-workshops-please-spread-the-word

PCB Video WMV (also titled “How to Protect Your Family” in another post, practical, informational) – EMSL Laboratory Services – 2011

https://youtu.be/RekYAZerLIU

Whither PCBs?  (Some history and cleaning up the Hudson) – Duke University – 2009

https://youtu.be/DXw_KDBtgB4

PCBs in our environment (history, fish bioaccumulation, polar bears, orcas) – Emily Zimmermann (student?)

https://youtu.be/oYD9L-aQcfw

October 12, 2016 Education and Outreach Work Group Meeting

The next meeting of the Spokane River Regional Toxics Task Force Education and Outreach Work Group is:

Date: Wednesday, October 12, 2016
Time: 1:30 p.m – 3:30 p.m. 
Location: RiverKeeper
35 West Main, Suite 300 Spokane WA

Click Here
for a map.
To connect by phone:
Dial: 509-335-2277
Conf. ID: 9330138
Meeting documents:

Latah/Hangman Creek Video Tour!

” Take a journey along Hangman Creek, also known as Latah Creek. Although few are really familiar with Hangman Creek, the water quality and land use challenges it faces are critically important to the future of our communities.

Enabling native trout to once again swim and spawn in Hangman’s waters, supporting the productivity of farms, and stabilizing sewer rates are all part of the story. Success will require solutions, cooperation and smart investments from many sources.

Join Bert Caldwell, retired Spokesman review editor and writer, to learn about this 60 mile gem in Spokane’s backyard. Beginning in the mountains of Idaho, it crosses the Coeur d’Alene Reservation and eventually joins with the Spokane River just below downtown Spokane. Along the way, it flows through Palouse farms and fields, small towns, along highways, pastures and 2 golf courses.”

http://spokaneriver.net/hangman-creek-restoration/ 

Draft SRRTTF Funding Support Letter to Legislature: Please review

Task Force members are asked to review the attached draft funding support letter to Washington legislature. The Task Force will make a decision on the final letter at the August 24th Task Force Meeting.  Please provide feedback to Doug Krapas (dougkrapas@iepco.com) no later than noon on Tuesday August 16.

2016 SRRTTF Funding Support Letter_Governor Inslee.docx

December 10, 2015 SRRTTF Education and Outreach Work Group Meeting

The next meeting of the SRRTTF Education and Outreach Work Group is:

Date: Thursday, December 10, 2015
Time: 1:30 p.m – 2:30 p.m. 
Location:Conference Call
Dial 509-335-4700 , meeting code 4255 and then the # key
This will be a short conference call focused on getting outreach materials ready for the February 2016 Workshop and the March 2016 Spokane River Forum.