The Salish Sea Issue | Fall 2014
After many years of attempting to define water quality standards, Washington state is at the height of controversy.
Kinder Morgan proposed an expansion project to the Trans Mountain Pipeline that runs directly through Burnaby, British Columbia.
Salmon are a keystone species in the Salish Sea, providing food for both humans and top predators.
While foraging may no longer be vital for survival, there are still those who choose to gather ingredients from the land.
Nicole Karn shops twice a week at the Community Food Co-op in Bellingham, Wash. There, words like “organic,”
Extending their lessons beyond their classrooms, local middle school students head outdoors for hands-on lessons in ecology, watershed science and civic engagement.
As a full-grown grizzly bear wandered up the Alaskan beach, kayaker J.J. Kelley’s first thought was to push his friend Josh Thomas towards the creature to distract it.