Day-long Shoreline Partner Training for 40-50 participants to share tools, models, and strategies to advance shoreline conservation in the Puget Sound.
In-class and outdoor learning sessions for 80 underserved and indigenous youth
Eight Katzie First Nation youth will learn about salmon and their habitats using indigenous and western perspectives.
This project has two components
KLF funded previous phase to develop virtual reality underwater adventures and presentations on marine food webs, environmental issues and solutions, and conservation careers. This phase will fund building an online platform to share the curriculum and fund outreach to other school districts throughout the Salish Sea.
The Estuarium offers extensive educational programming and a variety of estuary and marine ecology topics for Pre-K through 12th grade students.
Whale Scout will help fund the transformation of the Wayne Golf Course into a public park. It will also invest in three students from diverse backgrounds to engage community groups in salmon restoration at the converted golf course.
Helping share an award-winning curriculum.
Build a stronger, more diverse team of river stewards and advocates through a rafting and river education trip for Latine youth on the North Fork Nooksack River in June 2022.
Extend the tour and expand the venues of Braided River’s multimedia traveling exhibit as part of an innovative citizen action campaign to celebrate, protect, and restore Puget Sound.
Support the third season of Raincoast’s interactive online education program, Coastal Insights, as well as a Student Innovation Contest in partnership with Take A Stand: Youth for Conservation.
Provide Whatcom County K-8 students with hands-on, locally relevant learning activities focused on energy efficiency, water conservation, waste reduction and recycling, and climate science and impacts.