by Connie Sullivan, Soundkeeper Science and Education Coordinator Have you ever seen a fishing vessel going by you while you’re on the ferry in Puget Sound? Have you ever wondered what they were doing, or how they were doing it? Well contrary to what you might be thinking, they may not even be fishing—at least… Continue Reading How do we know what’s going on in Puget Sound?
Puget Soundkeeper, Washington Environmental Council, and Suquamish Tribe sue U.S. Navy over toxic release into Puget Sound
Navy conducted a hull scraping of decommissioned aircraft carrier without pollution controls or permits June 14, 2017, BREMERTON – Today Puget Soundkeeper, Washington Environmental Council, and the Suquamish Tribe sued the United States Navy for Clean Water Act violations. The Navy scraped the hull of the USS-Independence, a decommissioned aircraft carrier in Sinclair Inlet just outside… Continue Reading Puget Soundkeeper, Washington Environmental Council, and Suquamish Tribe sue U.S. Navy over toxic release into Puget Sound
Alki Beach Cleanup09:30 AM
Two if By Land, One if By Sea: Oil Transport Threatens the Salish SeaBoulevard Park, 470 Bayview Dr, Bellingham, WA 9822512:00 PM
Pint-Sized Science at Leary Traveler4354 Leary Way NW, Seattle, WA 9810707:00 PM