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Help count birds for science during Audubon’s annual Christmas Bird Count

The National Audubon Society invites birdwatchers and people with backyard bird feeders to participate in the longest-running citizen science survey - the annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count (CBC). On Saturday, December 16, 2017, birders and nature enthusiasts will take part in this century long project.

The National Audubon Society invites birdwatchers and people with backyard bird feeders to participate in the longest-running citizen science survey - the annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count (CBC).

On Saturday, December 16th, birders and nature enthusiasts will take part in this century long project.

Cascadia College magazine wins national award and is seeking community submissions

Cascadia College "Your Truly" 2016 magazine cover. Image courtesy of Cascadia College.

Cascadia College’s creative arts magazine “Yours Truly” tied for second place in the 2017 Community College Humanities Association’s literary arts competition.

The competition highlights student work from across the nation and is a unique opportunity for students to explore the publishing and promotion process.

Ten local farmers markets to visit in 2017

Bothell Farmers Market. Photo courtesy of Bothell Farmers Market.

Many of us associate the summer months with visits to a local farmers market.

It’s a great way to meet and support local farmers and stock up on fresh, locally grown produce as well as many other items. It can also be a fun, community event for the whole family to enjoy.

We don't have a farmers market in Mill Creek, but here are ten local markets you might want to visit in the coming months.

Community Transit Board approves new bus service plan

The Community Transit Board of Directors today approved a plan to increase bus service by six percent this fall, including two routes that will serve the Boeing-Paine Field area from south Snohomish County.

The Community Transit Board of Directors approved a plan to increase bus service by six percent this fall, including two routes that will serve the Boeing-Paine Field area from south Snohomish County.

The plan will also improve transit connections throughout the county, add more weekday trips to Seattle and UW, and improve Sunday bus service with more frequent buses and later hours on some routes.

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