The Exhibits & Gift Shop are open Saturday and Sunday, 12-5:00 p.m.
Weather and COVID Alert: If you are planning to visit our exhibits at Fort Worden State Park or downtown at the Flagship Landing Building, 1001 Water St., this coming week, please check back here for updates on our exhibit hours. Thank you.
Explore ideas for keeping you connected to the Salish Sea, from Virtual Low Tide Walks to Scavenger Hunts, from an Orca Skeleton ARTiculation to Nature Journaling, and from Virtual Trivia Nights to a Plastic-Free Challenge!
We acknowledge that we work on the traditional lands and waters of many Coast Salish Peoples, particularly the S’Klallam People, the Strong People. We respect and are grateful for this land, these waters, and the people who have inhabited them since time immemorial and who continue to steward this place for future generations.
"We Are Puget Sound: Discovering and Recovering the Salish Sea"
January 23, 2022
3 pm, via ZOOM
Lecture is FREE
Thanks to the Darrow Family for their ongoing support.
For thousands of years, the bountiful land and waters we now call the Puget Sound – a significant part of the Salish Sea – have provided a remarkable home to humans, with food, shelter and connections with others. Coast Salish people rely on salmon and other fish, and shellfish, such as clams, oysters, and mussels. However, human activities over the last two centuries have changed this ecosystem in ways that have strongly impacted the plants, animals and people who rely on these natural resources.
Join us for an engaging and interactive discussion with several Salish Sea scientists doing amazing and important work.