Thankful for You, Our Salish Community

November 25, 2015

Niskin Bottle

Students using a Niskin bottle to collect water samples.

As we head into the darkening days of winter, we bring with us many bright reminders of the impact you have had in connecting students from our region with meaningful, student-led learning on the Puget Sound.

The students that saw sea butterflies for the first time and wondered about the impact of ocean acidification; the time spent asking questions about water quality and its impact on local salmon; the classmates that shared responsibility of hoisting sails and plotting a course to the next sampling station – all of this is made possible with your support and for that we are deeply grateful.

We’re thankful for a growing circle of support from people like you: individuals, community foundations and corporate partners that believe in inspiring tomorrow’s STEM and maritime leaders by engaging kids in meaningful scientific exploration and hands-on, boat-based learning. We look forward to welcoming a new year full of possibility, and connecting with new students, new adventures and new community members. Again, thank you.Thumbs Up

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