The Salish Sea is an intricate system of coastal waterways with rich biodiversity and cultural history and importance. Home to hundreds of coastal communities today, dozens of coastal First Nations have populated this region for thousands of years living in harmony with the ocean and its abundant sea life.


Daily Action Goals

Take time to reflect on what your connection is to the history of the Salish Sea. How do you want to be a part of the Salish Sea’s future?

Head to to learn more about the Salish Sea.

Salish Sea Snippet

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Click the image to learn more about today’s theme and meet some local ocean people with Brett Soberg from Eagle Wing Tours.

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Today's Live Events

Best for: Kids (up to 10 years)

Parental Involvement Level:




Activities to Try

Parental Involvement Level Guide:


Children and youth can grab a device and join us on their own.


Parents will need to help with this activity from time to time for things like printing, cutting, or downloading.


This is a family activity that suggests going out of the house together or working with more complicated materials.

Film Screening

4:00 - 5:00 pm PDT

Mark Leiren-Young and

Rayne Benu from Skaana

The Hundred-Year-Old Whale

Ages 10+

Hosted on Zoom

Register Here!


2:30 - 3:30 pm PDT

Blue Jellyfish SUP Adventures & Pacifica Paddle Sports

Paddle with the Creatures

of the Salish Sea

All Ages

Hosted on Instagram

Join Us Here!



Posting at 7:00 am PDT

Lekwungen Traditional


Girl's Song

Finale Song

All Ages

Hosted on YouTube

See them at Song Links above

Best for: Young Teens

  • Poster: Orcas from Galiano Conservancy

Best for: Teens and Adults

Best for: The Whole Family

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