2022 Schedule

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8:30-8:45am PST
Opening Remarks
8:45-9:45am PST
Keynote | ORCA: Shared Waters, Shared Home »
Lynda V. Mapes | Lead Environmental Reporter, The Seattle Times
9:45-10:00am PST
Break & Exhibits
10:00-11:00am PST
Salish Sea Recovery Projects - A Short Film Presentation: 1) Elwa Salmon Recovery; 2) Salish Sea Bull Kelp Survey & 3) The Effects of the Supply Chain Back-up in Puget Sound »
Florian Graner
The Leque Island Restoration Project and the Importance of Estuary Vitality »
Loren Brokaw
Solitary Bees - Learn More About These Gentle and Incredible Pollinators »
Thyra McKelvie
11:00-11:15am PST
Break & Exhibits
11:15am-12:15pm PST
Humpback Whales of the Salish Sea; Past, Present and Future »
Erin Gless
To be ("Green") or not to be ("Brown"): Anemones and Shakespearean Drama in the Intertidal Zone of the Pacific Northwest »
Alan Verde
Place-Based Culture and Environmental STEM/STEAM Education »
Thayne Yazzie
12:15-1:00pm PST
Break for Lunch
1:00-2:00pm PST
Keynote | Hope and Home Waters »
David B. Williams | Author, Naturalist and Tour Guide
2:00-2:15pm PST
Break & Exhibits
2:15-3:15pm PST
Recovering ESA-listed Rockfishes in the Salish Sea: Strategic Planning, Research, and Ongoing Education Initiatives »
Dayv Lowry
Salish Sea Marine Vessel Impacts »
Lovel Pratt
Release the Kraken!!! The Biology, Ecology, and Physiology of a True Alien Life Form. »
Alan Verde

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