WSU features Kitsap Beaches and Streams

There is a new video channel on courtesy of Washington State University's Kitsap Beach Naturalists & Stream Stewards.

WSU Kitsap Extension has been serving the citizens of Kitsap County since 1917. Their Beach Naturalist program is for people who want to discover and explore our shorelines and the sea life that call them home. Not unrelated, the Stream Stewards program is for people who want to learn about, protect, and preserve freshwater resources. Both programs offer six-week classes for the public.

The new video channel is a place where stewards who have been through these programs can post videos showing some of the things they've observed in or related to our local environment. There are only a few videos there so far, ranging from salmon swimming upstream to dancing skeleton shrimp. But keep your eyes peeled, as this site catches on, there will be more to come.

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