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Jul
23
10:00 AM10:00

Microscopic Life at Sea Discovery Center [Poulsbo], ages 5–12 and their guardians.

- SEA Discovery Center’s Discovery Days, Tuesdays, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m, $10 each day
- Summer schedule: Jul 9 Salmon Day, Jul 16 Sensational Seaweed, July 23 Microscopic Life, July 30 Low Tide Beach Walk, Aug. 6 Octopus’ Garden, Aug. 13 What’s in a Shell?, Aug. 20 Who Eats Who: Marine Food Chains, Aug 27 Adaptable Fish
- Register at www.educ/SEA.
— source: City of Poulsbo Parks and Recreation, Spring and Summer 2019 Activity Guide, p. 39.

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Jul
16
10:30 PM22:30

Sensational Seaweed at Sea Discovery Center [Poulsbo], ages 5–12 and their guardians.

- SEA Discovery Center’s Discovery Days, Tuesdays, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m, $10 each day
- Summer schedule: Jul 9 Salmon Day, Jul 16 Sensational Seaweed, July 23 Microscopic Life, July 30 Low Tide Beach Walk, Aug. 6 Octopus’ Garden, Aug. 13 What’s in a Shell?, Aug. 20 Who Eats Who: Marine Food Chains, Aug 27 Adaptable Fish
- Register at www.educ/SEA.
— source: City of Poulsbo Parks and Recreation, Spring and Summer 2019 Activity Guide, p. 39.

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Jul
9
10:00 AM10:00

Salmon Day at Sea Discovery Center [Poulsbo], ages 5–12 and their guardians.

- SEA Discovery Center’s Discovery Days, Tuesdays, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m, $10 each day
- Summer schedule: Jul 9: Salmon Day, Jul 16 Sensational Seaweed, July 23 Microscopic Life, July 30 Low Tide Beach Walk, Aug. 6 Octopus’ Garden, Aug. 13 What’s in a Shell?, Aug. 20 Who Eats Who: Marine Food Chains, Aug 27 Adaptable Fish
- Register at www.educ/SEA.
— source: City of Poulsbo Parks and Recreation, Spring and Summer 2019 Activity Guide, p. 39.

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Jul
3
11:00 AM11:00

Beach Exploration [Bainbridge Island Ferry Terminal]

-When: Wednesday, July 3  11:00 AM – 12:30 PM        
- Beach access is best by parking in downtown Winslow, walking through Waterfront Park down the Waterfront Trail to the beach, including the trail that goes by the condos.

What are the Kitsap 2019 Beach Explorations? These low-tide beach explorations (looking at the unique creatures that call the intertidal zone home) are free and suitable for all ages. Boots or close-toed shoes recommended. Various groups sponsor the explorations: Sea Discovery Center, Harbor Wildwatch, and WSU Kitsap Extension/Washington Sea Grant/Kitsap Beach Naturalists.
— source: 2019 Free Beach Exploration Schedule, e-distributed 29 April 2019 by WSU Extension.

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Jun
28
1:00 PM13:00

Educational Forum: Shellfish Aquaculture [Port Townsend]

“PRESS RELEASE (June 6, 2019)
Event: Shellfish Aquaculture Educational Forum
Date: June 28, 1-5 pm
Location: Northwest Maritime Center, 431 Water St, Port Townsend
Contact: Cheryl Lowe, Coordinator, Jefferson County Marine Resources Committee
Cheryl.lowe@wsu.edu, 360-379-5610 x 230

The Jefferson County Marine Resources Committee (MRC) is hosting a Shellfish Aquaculture Educational Forum on Friday, June 28th at 1 pm at the Northwest Maritime Center in Port Townsend. The MRC has organized this forum to increase public understanding of shellfish aquaculture issues, management and impacts by providing a variety of perspectives and emphasizing science-based information. Presenters from the research community, regulatory agencies, environmental groups and shellfish growers will address a range of issues related to ecological, cultural and economic aspects of growing clams, oysters, mussels and geoducks.

Speakers include Jodie Toft (Deputy Director of the Puget Sound Restoration Fund), Kurt Grinnell (Council Member for the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe), Bobbi Hudson (Executive Director of the Pacific Shellfish Institute), Rick Mraz (WA Dept of Ecology), Dave Kangiser and Mark Toy (WA Dept of Health), Amy Carey (Director of Sound Action) and Dave Steele (owner of Rock Point Oyster Co.).

The program is free, but pre-registration is required. For more info about the program and how to register, go to https://www.jeffersonmrc.org.

Funding for this program is provided through the Northwest Straits Commission, Puget Sound Partnership and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The Northwest Maritime Center is also a sponsor.

About Jefferson County Marine Resources Committee: The Jefferson County Marine Resources Committee (MRC) is a citizen-based volunteer committee appointed by the Jefferson County Board of Commissioners. It is one of seven county-based MRCs which conduct marine and nearshore restoration, conservation, and education projects with diverse partners and community members. For more information visit http://www.jeffersonmrc.org.”

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