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James S. Rettig Grant

Jim Rettig has long been an advocate for the environment and in 2003 the Board of Directors created the James S. Rettig Grant fund to honor his work with Eastside Audubon.

In the 1990s Jim Rettig served three terms as President of Eastside Audubon (known then as East Lake Washington Audubon), and helped make the chapter what it is today.

In 2003, the Board of Directors committed to fund the James S. Rettig Grant up to $500 a year. These funds are available for habitat restoration projects on the Eastside.

To apply for a Rettig grant, please email the Conservation Committee and request application information. Grant applications are accepted throughout the year.

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