Resilience: From Old Growth Trees to the Life of the Salish Sea is the theme of this multi-day event. February 4 is a “One-Day University for All” when the live virtual Sound Waters University presents two keynote speakers (Joe Gaydos, SeaDoc Society and Mindy Roberts, Washington Environmental Council) plus nine classes with speakers on topics ranging from marine mammals to Pacific Madrone trees to nudibranchs to micro-plastics to Marbled Murrelets to sea cucumbers. SWU is 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. Registrants may add on a 90-minute field trip. Field Trips in the Camano-Stanwood area augment knowledge gained through the Feb 4 online classes. Field Trips are offered Feb 3, 5, 11. Sound Waters University is sponsored by Sound Water Stewards, a nonprofit environmental education organization.
Sponsored by Sound Water Stewards