I’m not sure who was more surprised as we pulled past the group of field hands taking a coffee break, them or us
This bit of coast has the dubious recognition of losing the most landmass in our hemisphere than any other place.
The Pacific Northwest is the playground of every Mycologist. Here’s a short film of my attempt to learn something new.
I pondered the complications winter would bring to the process of reaching our collection site. Not least was just how to get there?
After having been closed to the public for over a year due to Covid-19 La Push re-opens. I wondered how much had changed during our absence.
Rugged men in tin hats and hickory shirts. Women…well were sparse – this was bachelor territory where young men came to make money cutting timber.
Our efforts, along with the rest of the teams of volunteers, paid off with over 570 completed reports from 91 rivers
The morning was sunny and cool as we turned off the main highway onto the washboard dirt road that leads up to Walupt Creek Falls.
With record heat searing the Pacific Northwest, over 100 juvenile Caspian Terns fled overheated rooftop nests and fell to their deaths on the pavement below.
CoastSavers has been organizing and conducting beach cleanups on the Washington Coast since 1971.