1. Skagit Marine Reserves: Anchor for an Ecosystem


    from Friends of Skagit Beaches Added 346 1 1

    The protected marine reserves in Skagit County are the foundations of a vibrant ecosystem that supports eelgrass, forage fish, salmon, and herons. This is the fifth in a series of student made films…

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    • Tetrahedron Adventure, sail to ski adventure in British Columbia


      from Kevin Johnson Added 176 1 0

      Our team will sail into British Columbia, climb 3500 feet, then ski in the backcountry of the Tetrahedron Provincial Park. The real story of this trip is how the outdoors can change all of our lives.…

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      • Jellyfish So Thick You Could Walk Across Them!


        from Terry L Brown Amphibiographer Added 946 1 0

        Tidal currents have concentrated them into our bay this summer and fall, Sea Jellies so thick you could almost walk across them! It's now late November and the sea jellies, or jellyfish as they're…

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        • Going Public - My Initial Public Offering (IPO)


          from Dani Dakini Added 13 0 0

          Pages from the files of The Office Mystic, Bathtub Readings Episode 1

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          • Forage Fish of the Salish Sea


            from Friends of Skagit Beaches Added 1,473 8 2

            Forage fish are a critical keystone species in the marine food web. This film sponsored by Friends of Skagit Beaches and WA Dept. of Ecology highlights the importance of these small fish to the ecology,…

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            • Kaigani - The Voyaging Outrigger Canoe in the Salish Sea


              from Naim Ferguson Added 430 2 0

              Aloha, This video is a recap from our Whidbey Island Voyage of 2014. We are raising funds to support the build of Kaigani which was finished in 2012. The funds will be used to pay for the material…

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              • Restoring Native Shellfish: The Kenneth K. Chew Shellfish Hatchery


                from NOAA Fisheries Added 54 0 0

                The Olympia oyster is the only oyster species native to the Pacific Northwest coast of the U.S. Populations are down and habitat is depleted for these oysters, and this new native shellfish hatchery…

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                • SKY FLOW


                  from Ian Boyden Added 17 0 0

                  Time-lapse of clouds over the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Olympic Mountains as viewed from San Juan Island in the heart of the Salish Sea.

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                  • Gabriola Roots: The Land Provides


                    from Tobi Elliott Added 103 0 0

                    A 30 minute documentary produced by the Gabriola Historical Society and Museum, THE LAND PROVIDES focuses on the unique relationships islanders have to the land itself, from farming and harvesting…

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                    • RIBBONS OF SALISH SEA


                      from Julie Remington Added 16 0 0

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