"The SeaDoc Society, founded in 1999, is a key player in the improvement of our scientific understanding of what's happening to species and ecosystems in the inland waters of the Pacific Northwest. But we do a lot more than research. To be effective, scientific knowledge has to make it into the hands of the people who make the decisions affecting our local ecosystems: resource managers, policy makers, politicians, and members of the public. At the SeaDoc Society, we work to figure out what's happening to our local species, and why. And then we share that information by facilitating collaboration and networking among the different agencies, governments, and individuals who make the decisions about how the 6 million people living in Puget Sound can live in harmony with the marine environment." - from the website.
Welcome to the latest, greatest Whole Islands Catalog, a directory of people, places and things going green in the San Juan Islands of Washington State, USA!
Want to list with the WIC? Know of a secret swimming beach the whole world should know about? We'll add it. (Just kidding!) Contact us at email@example.com, with your business, nature, community group, or annual event listing, and we'll post it. Your suggestions for ideas and improvements are always welcome!
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