PASCO, Wash.- Environmental leaders from around the region met in Pasco Thursday to talk for the Mid-Columbia's e3 Summit.
More than 100 teachers, businesspeople and scientists joined in to pitch ideas on how to improve environment in the Mid-Columbia and Washington.
The groups went through a series of workshops designed at bringing new ideas together.
"We all come from different places, we all want the same thing, and that's a very livable, high quality future for the Mid-Columbia region," said WSU Tri-Cities Professor Jim Wise.
The event was put on by the Environmental Education Association of Washington, a council of businesses, educators and scientists.
The organization is co-chaired by Governor Christine Gregoire.