What’s not to like about a young boy examining puddles and channeling his inner-scientist?
Tag along to see some of the logistics, some of the science, and assorted highlights of doing fieldwork in an environment that most people never get to see, the Bering Sea.
Tracy & Felt: a new web series that uses fun and humor to explore “the magical and not-to-distant world of science and nature.”
Who eats whom?
Whose dads are guarding eggs?
What happens when a crab hides in an octopus den?
What do geoduck do from their first moments of life until their old age? How do they reproduce? Then where do they go?
What will curious eyes find on the beaches of Puget Sound? This movie is a quick overview of the many creatures waiting to be discovered, from kelp to octopus, from tiny eggs to giant bull kelp, from dollars to jellies. Narration tells stories about how these creatures behave.
With miles of coastline, countless rivers, streams, lakes and wetlands, water is the link that connects our communities. Two free courses offer a chance for small groups to become familiar with issues related to our waters.
What do these have in common: Monitoring creosote at the bottom of Eagle Harbor in Puget Sound, surveying an Oregon Coast dredged material disposal site, characterizing a seafood outfall from a salmon processor in Ketchikan, Alaska?
Narrated entirely by local high school students, the Watershed Report is an award winning series of short video reports on positive sustainability trends in the 13 school districts and 27 cities of the greater Lake Washington Watershed.
See the winners of Facing the Future’s Make a Sound Impact student video contest in 2011. You can also see all of the videos submitted to the contest.