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Seafood Bash 2019

Thank you for making the

2019 Salish Sea Expeditions Seafood Bash such a success!

When: Friday, March 1, 2019, 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Where: The Foundry-SODO
4130 1st Ave S Seattle, WA 98134
Tickets: $150 ($70 tax-deductible)

 

Online registration has closed. To purchase tickets, please call Page Pless on her cell at 206-271-7982.

Enjoy a delicious meal, our famous crab races, an inspirational program and a paddle raise for marine education!

Check out photos from last year’s event here.

NOW is the time to support putting students at the helm, opening their minds and their hearts to the wonders of science and the sea — from the bottom of the food chain through a microscope, to the top of the food chain, breaching tens of feet off the stern. Salish Sea Expeditions offers students a compelling combination of adventure, self-learning, and discovery of new skills, confidence, friends and new possibilities.

THANK YOU for your support for getting students excited about science and strengthening their connection to the sea as a living part of their home. We look forward to seeing you at this fun event!

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Patrons of Discovery Breakfast 2018

Testing the Waters: Investing in Access

We are enormously grateful for your support at our 10th annual breakfast on October 17, 2018.  Salish Sea Expeditions welcomed Lauren Kickham, Director of Impact for Paul G. Allen Philanthropies, managing philanthropic initiatives that include Ocean Health, Conservation and Climate Change, as our keynote speaker. Ms. Kickham was joined by former KING5 Meteorologist Jeff Renner, and Dr. Charles Eriksen, Professor, University of Washington School of Oceanography. Dr. Eriksen is a physical oceanographer who delights in observing and trying to understand the deep ocean using long range underwater autonomous Seagliders developed by his research group. Their discussion focused on exploration, problem-solving, and innovation in the marine environment.

Our emcee this year was Captain of the 2018 Race to Alaska’s winning team, Sail Like a Girl, Jeanne Goussev (click here for her bio and an article about Sail Like a Girl). Ms. Goussev is Managing Director of Fiduciary Services for Laird Norton Wealth Management and mother of a Salish alum. Read more ›

Recent Salish Sea Expeditions Events

2018 Salish Sea Student Science Symposium
May 23, 2018 – Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, Bainbridge Island, WA

2018 Seafood Bash and Auction 
March 3, 2018 – Museum of History and Industry, Seattle, WA

2017 Patrons of Discovery Breakfast
October 17, 2018 Bell Harbor International Conference Center, Seattle, WA

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  • Students working together to assemble a plankton net on today's sail. The lucky plankton they caught traveled with them back to school for more student-led science!
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#salishseaexpeditions #scienceundersail #science #plankton #goodshipcarlyn #experientialeducation #outdooreducation
  • We had a BLAST teaching everyone about plankton and sharing our program at the West Sound STEM Showcase today at the Kitsap Mall! Not only did we bust the microscopes out to look at plankton, but kids and adults alike tried their best to create a neutrally buoyant plankton with our plankton challenge! #plankton #stem #science #microscopes #westsoundstemnetwork #stemliteracy
  • Training Week is underway! Our Spring 2019 crew is testing their skills at sailing, science, and teaching! Here are some snapshots of our crew teaching each other. We are all teaching our fellow crew mates our professional skills and pro-tips from past experiences. #salishseaexpeditions #scienceundersail #sailing #pugetsound #carlyn #goodshipcarlyn #environmentaleducation #bainbridgeisland
  • All hands on deck! Tomorrow starts Salish Sea Expeditions spring season. Kicking things off with an amazing team of sailors, scientists & educators. Together we will instill curiosity about the marine environment through hands-on and inquiry based learning. #salishseaexpeditions #marinescience #salishsea #studentscientist #sailingforscience #sailing #inquirybasedscience