Got Change? $$ Dockside Cannabis raising donations for Orca Conservancy

GIVE CHANGE – MAKE CHANGE

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Dockside Cannabis is a Washington State Licensed (I-502) retail store that provides cannabis products and associated accessories to residents and visitors of Washington State who are 21 years of age or older.

Do you have coins and spare change currently gathering dust in a piggy bank, car console, bottom of your purse, old cookie tins? We all do!

During the month of April, stop in and say hello to the great folks at Dockside Cannabis — and unload that spare change — to make change!

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SHORELINE | Recreational 21+
Mon to Sat 9am-10pm • Sun 11am-7pm
206 402-4839
15029 Aurora Ave N.
Shoreline, WA 98133

Orca Conservancy is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) Washington State non-profit organization working on behalf of Orcinus orca, the killer whale, and protecting the wild places on which it depends. Orca Conservancy collaborates with some of the world’s top research institutions and environmental groups to address the most critical issues now facing wild orcas. The organization’s urgent attention is on the endangered Southern Resident orcas of Puget Sound. These three pods, J-Pod, K-Pod and L-Pod, were decimated by the depletion of prey resources, the accumulation of marine toxins, and the destruction of salmon spawning and nearshore habitats, the nurseries of the Salish Sea.

About orcaconservancy

Orca Conservancy is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization working on behalf of orcinus orca, the killer whale, and protecting the wild places on which it depends. Successful Petitioner and Litigant in historic U.S. District Court case to list Southern Resident orcas as "Endangered" under the U.S. Endangered Species Act -- the first-ever federal protection for the population. Leader in the Springer Project, the first-ever successful translocation and reintroduction of a wild killer whale, a rescue that captured the attention of the world.
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