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Save an Orca, reduce stormwater pollution.

In the Pacific Northwest, we often get upwards of 40 inches of rain every year. Most of that rain ends up as stormwater runoff, which picks up everything on the ground, such as fertilizers, microplastic, toxins from our cars, and even pet waste, and carries it untreated directly into local streams and into the Salish Sea. This results in over 14 million tons of stormwater pollution in Puget Sound alone, every year. All of this pollution builds up in Southern Residents' blubber, and slowly poisons them. We can recover our Orcas by reducing stormwater pollution in our daily actions.

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