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Health Alert: Outdoor Air Quality
Due to the high number of wildfires in Washington this summer, air quality is a concern and is at unhealthy levels in many areas of the state. Poor air quality particularly affects sensitive groups, including people with asthma, people with heart or lung disease, older adults, and children. For current air quality conditions in your area, refer to the Washington State Department of Ecology Map. For more information on wildfire smoke and its health effects, visit the Washington State Department of Health.
 
Mason County Shellfish Advisories
Before harvesting or consuming local, recreationally-harvested shellfish, always check the status of shellfish harvesting first. Learn more about shellfish safety and advisories.
 

Mason County has a wide variety of strengths and resources to address our area’s health challenges. With the support of passionate individuals and organizations, we’re already seeing a lot of great work being done. Community members and partners are working to utilize collective impact to align all of Mason County’s assets and efforts to more effectively engage in dialogue, problem solving, and ultimately, greater health for our community.

Tackling Complex Social Problems through Collective Impact Video

 
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