It’s easy to cast SeaWorld as the villain but are they just supplying what the market is demanding?
Approximately nine million tons of plastic end up in the ocean each year—the equivalent of five plastic grocery bags stuffed with plastic trash on every foot of coastline around the world.
Last winter I was up at Salt Creek on the Strait of Juan de Fuca with some friend spending the
Scientists are hoping to speed up efforts to stop the invasion of the harmful European green crabs in Puget Sound.
Back in 2015 the bulk carrier cargo ship M/V Marathassa, despite being only 3 months old and it being a
A new study suggests that it’s not only a visual trigger that confuses seabirds to consume toxic marine plastics from
Washington experienced something similar two winters ago with the Common Murre, now Tufted Puffins are washing up on St. Paul
So want to know what’s on the top of my Christmas list this year? You need look no further than
The Surfrider Foundation is no stranger to identifying and solving issues facing our coasts. Their latest project is leveraging their
As a kid I remember being so intrigued with the Franklin Expedition mystery. Once I heard about it I read