Council of Advisors

JOEL BAKER, PhD, Science Director, Center for Urban Waters, UW-Tacoma

AMANDA CARR, Partner, Plauche and Carr

JIM HELMAN, MD, Virginia Mason Hospital and Seattle Medical Center

ERIC LASCHEVER, Attorney

JIM LEWIS, Principal, The Lewis Group

LINDA MAXSON, Organizational Consultant

MICHELLE MCCLURE, PhD, Integrated Watershed and Estuarine Science Team at NOAA’s Northwest Fisheries Science Center

AMY MERTEN, PhD, Deputy Chief, NOAA-Office of Response and Restoration

JAN A. NEWTON, PhD, Principal Oceanographer and Affiliate Faculty, University of Washington

LARRY PHILLIPS (retired), King County Council Member

JEFF RENNER (retired), Chief Meteorologist, KING 5 News

MARY RUCKELSHAUS, Managing Director, The Natural Capital Project, Woods Institute for the Environment, Stanford University

MARK SCHRADER, Captain and Project Director, S/V OCEAN WATCH and Around the Americas

BILL TAYLOR, President, Taylor Shellfish Farms, Inc.

LARRY TOIMIL, President, EHS-International, Inc.

SCOTT VOKEY, Attorney, BMGI

JOHN WARNER, CAO (retired), Boeing

DOUG WELLS, Monomoy Island LLC, M/Vs Baranof and Courageous

 

 

Contact Us

Salish Sea Expeditions
1257 Patmos Lane NW
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Phone: (206) 780-7848
E-Mail: Info@Salish.Org

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  • Join students from Pacific Northern Academy as they toast to teamwork and exploring the Salish Sea. This spring, students gained confidence while problem solving and learning new skills aboard Carlyn. #salishsea #sailing #teamwork #teambuilding #handsonlearning #maritimelearning #handsondeck
  • Let’s raise the sails! Throwback to this spring when Anacortes Middle School was aboard. Students worked together to raise the main sail. Teamwork and communication is a vital part of working on a boat. Through hands-on learning students made stronger connections with each other & the Salish Sea. #maritimelearning #settingsail #handsondeck #sailing #teamwork #salishsea
  • The Salish Sea holds many wonders. We use our senses to explore not only the waters of the Salish Sea, but also the shorelines where creatures are exposed at low tide. A highlight from last spring when a group of Girl Scouts joined us on Carlyn last spring. Hurray for tide pooling!
#marinelife #salishsea #shoreexplore #intertidal #girlsinscience #girlscouts
  • Let’s be thankful for the phytoplankton we find in our oceans. Phytoplankton provide some of the oxygen in the air we breath. Here is a highlight from the spring! Students gathering plankton samples to look closer at life in the Salish Sea. Thank you phytoplankton!!! #plankton #marinescience #handsonlearning #salishsea #studentscience #salishseaexpeditions