Topic: It's that time already. Sarah Gossett, Water Quality Manager at the Galveston Bay Foundation (GBF) will present an overview of the annual Galveston Bay Report Card. The 2017 report will include information about fisheries, wildlife, habitat, and water quality among other parameters that help us measure the "health of the bay." Sarah will also share information on what each of us can do to improve the Bay. Special focus will be on the Galveston Bay Action Network, a pollution reporting app that allows anyone in the Houston-Galveston area to report any infractions or abuses they might witness. Reports are automatically sent to the proper authority for cleanup. Please join me on Thursday, January 26, to learn more about the bay, its status, and the effect that water conservation has on the bay's health.
About the Speaker: Sarah Gossett is the Water Quality Manager at Galveston Bay Foundation, where she leads efforts in executing diverse water quality programs that help ensure that Galveston Bay's waters remain fishable and swimmable. Sarah is passionate about engaging citizens and decision-makers in hands-on experiences to improve water quality for both human and ecological health. Sarah holds a Bachelor's Degree from Texas A&M University in Environmental Geosciences and is currently pursuing a certification in Community Based Social Marketing.