Join us Wednesday (3/27) at 7:00 pm at Three Magnets Brewing for our March Chapter Meeting to learn how the Port of Olympia is striving to become one of the nation’s leading ports in sustainability. Rachael Jamison, the Planning, Public Works & Environmental Director, will discuss the Port’s Environmental Programs, which tackle a diverse set of challenges through four strategic areas: Remediation, Restoration & Recreation, Regulatory Compliance, and Sustainability, going above and beyond set standards and regulations. For example, did you know that the Swantown Marina and Boatyard has recently been re-certified as a Clean Marina and a Leadership Clean Boatyard, or that the Port of Olympia‚Äôs marine terminal is part of the Green Marine environmental certification program? Join our discussion of all the ways our port addresses environmental challenges while continuing to provide economic benefits to the citizens of Thurston County.