Fort George Benefit Night

North Coast Watershed Association – Tuesday, March 29th

Upstairs at Fort George Brewery – 4:30 pm to 10 pm

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This month, Fort George Benefit Night supports The North Coast Watershed Association. This nonprofit works with local people, businesses, and public agencies to improve stewardship of area rivers, streams, and bays. They perform a variety of projects to make rivers healthier for salmon, including planting trees along streams, removing fish passage barriers, and monitoring water quality.

All proceeds from the upstairs food & beverage sales for that night will go directly to the NCWA. Raffle items will be out and direct donations are always welcome. Come down Tuesday, March 29th and grab a wood-fired meal and a pint. Help support water quality and wildlife in Clatsop County.

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