April 21 Marks Final Lecture of 2017 Friends of Skagit Beaches Series

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As part of the Friends of Skagit Beaches Protecting Skagit Marine Resources lecture series, join the group Friday, April 21 at 7 p.m. for its final lecture of this series.

The topic of discussion will be “Exploring the Salish Sea Floor,” with Gary Green Ph.D, marine geologist, professor emeritus Moss Landing Marine Labs and San Jose State University, Tombolo Mapping Lab, Orcas Island, WA.

The lecture will be held at the Northwest Educational Service District 189 Building located at 1601 R. Avenue in Anacortes.

Friends of Skagit Beaches was established in 2008 by a group of Skagit County Beach Watcher Volunteers to develop local financial support for volunteer programs and activities in Skagit County aimed at protecting our marine shorelines and nearshore waters through education, citizen science, and stewardship projects.

For more details, visit skagitbeaches.org.

Friends of Skagit Beaches Lecture Feb. 17

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As part of the Friends of Skagit Beaches Protecting Skagit Marine Resources lecture series, join the group Friday, Feb. 17 at 7 p.m.

The topic of discussion will be “The Fishes of the Salish Sea,” with Jay Orr Ph.D, research fisheries biologist, NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service.

Lectures will be held at the Northwest Educational Service District 189 Building located at 1601 R. Avenue in Anacortes.

Friends of Skagit Beaches was established in 2008 by a group of Skagit County Beach Watcher Volunteers to develop local financial support for volunteer programs and activities in Skagit County aimed at protecting our marine shorelines and nearshore waters through education, citizen science, and stewardship projects.

For more details, visit skagitbeaches.org.

 

Friends of Skagit Beaches Lecture Jan. 20

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To kick-off the Friends of Skagit Beaches Protecting Skagit Marine Resources lecture series, join the group Friday, Jan. 20 at 7 p.m.

The topic of discussion will be “New Research and Insights on Humpback, Blue, and Gray Whales Along the Northwest Coast and their Incursions into the Salish Sea,” with John Calambokidis, research biologist, Cascadia Research Collective.  The lecture is free and open to all ages.

Lectures will be held at the Northwest Educational Service District 189 Building located at 1601 R. Avenue in Anacortes.

Friends of Skagit Beaches was established in 2008 by a group of Skagit County Beach Watcher Volunteers to develop local financial support for volunteer programs and activities in Skagit County aimed at protecting our marine shorelines and nearshore waters through education, citizen science, and stewardship projects.

For more details, visit skagitbeaches.org.

Protecting Skagit Marine Resources 2017 Lecture Series

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Friends of the Skagit Beaches will present its 2017 Lecture Series, free and open to the public and all ages.

 

Lectures will be held on the following Fridays at 7 p.m.  at the Northwest Educational Service District 189 Building located at 1601 R. Avenue in Anacortes:

  • January 20, 2017 – “New Research and Insights on Humpback, Blue, and Gray Whales Along the Northwest Coast and their Incursions into the Salish Sea,” with John Calambokidis, research biologist, Cascadia Research Collective.
  • February 17, 2017 – “The Fishes of the Salish Sea,” with Jay Orr Ph.D, research fisheries biologist, NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service.
  • March 17, 2017 – “Sound in the Salish Sea,” with Scott Veirs Ph.D, oceanographer, president, Beam Reach Marine Science and Sustainability School.
  • April 21, 2017 – “Exploring the Salish Sea Floor,” with Gary Green Ph.D, marine geologist, professor emeritus Moss Landing Marine Labs and San Jose State University, Tombolo Mapping Lab, Orcas Island, WA.

 

Friends of Skagit Beaches was established in 2008 by a group of Skagit County Beach Watcher Volunteers to develop local financial support for volunteer programs and activities in Skagit County aimed at protecting our marine shorelines and nearshore waters through education, citizen science, and stewardship projects.

For more details, visit skagitbeaches.org.