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Northwest Avalanche Center
NWAC members receive advance notice of happenings such as avalanche awareness and avoidance lectures and the annual Snowbash fundraiser.
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EarthShare Washington
EarthShare Washington is a trusted partner in bringing together workplaces and leading conservation organizations for the betterment of Washington's environment and the future of its communities.
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Seattle Aquarium
Seattle Aquarium on historic waterfront introduces locals and visitors to the natural wonders of surrounding waters. Membership makes it economical to visit regularly and to meet other members.
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IslandWood is a 255 acre outdoor learning center on Bainbridge; it connects children, adults and families with nature in a way that inspires values of environmental and community stewardship.
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Puget Sound Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction (SIGCHI)
The Puget Sound SIGCHI is part of ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) and serves the region's interface design, usability, and human factors research communities.
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Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce
SMCC is a membership and advocacy organization for companies with a business interest in Seattle. Frequent organized events provide great networking and learning opportunities.
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Outdoors for All Foundation
OFA (formerly Ski for All) works to improve the lives of children and adults with disabilities through year-round outdoor recreational activities like skiing, camping, biking and more.
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