Voices of the Strait

Funded by the Puget Sound Partnership, Voices of the Strait documents life on the Strait of Juan de Fuca over the last 80 years.Our team interviewed dozens of people who grew up on the Peninsula, and were involved in understanding the wildlife that existed, have been lost, along with thoughts on how to restore the Strait."This documentary, though a mere 16 minutes, has the goods to drive a new conversation about restoring the body of water that sustains the North Olympic Peninsula" - Peninsula Daily News

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