Jessica Knickerbocker, a city of Tacoma engineer, checks rainwater that will be cleansed of pollutants at the city’s new bio-retention facility at Point Defiance Park. Area cities and agencies are depending on such projects to keep South Sound water clean. Water and everything it washes downstream will be the theme of “Inside RadioLab with Robert Krulwich” on Jan. 22 at the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts in Tacoma.
Jessica Knickerbocker, a city of Tacoma engineer, checks rainwater that will be cleansed of pollutants at the city’s new bio-retention facility at Point Defiance Park. Area cities and agencies are depending on such projects to keep South Sound water clean. Water and everything it washes downstream will be the theme of “Inside RadioLab with Robert Krulwich” on Jan. 22 at the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts in Tacoma. lwong@thenewstribune.com Staff photographer
Jessica Knickerbocker, a city of Tacoma engineer, checks rainwater that will be cleansed of pollutants at the city’s new bio-retention facility at Point Defiance Park. Area cities and agencies are depending on such projects to keep South Sound water clean. Water and everything it washes downstream will be the theme of “Inside RadioLab with Robert Krulwich” on Jan. 22 at the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts in Tacoma. lwong@thenewstribune.com Staff photographer

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January 14, 2016 3:28 AM

‘Radiolab’ event in Tacoma to focus on Puget Sound water issues

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