Through our main three foundations (Restore, Empower, and Protect) our campaigns target what we feel are the gaps that have been missing in the efforts of saving our Southern Resident Orcas and Wild Chinook Salmon. Help us make an impact in saving the Salish Sea and its inhabitants today. Check out our many successes on our Operational Achievements page we have been able to achieve with your help.
The Salish Sea kelp forests are in danger due to climate change and pollution which affect the ecosystem including diminishing kelp and Sea Star Wasting Disease. We monitor these changes through freediving and notify WDFW and various science organizations with our observations and photography.
Through education we can make intelligent changes and protect what we love. An informed public galvanized with clear actions can make big changes.
Working together through small daily actions is a way to heal the world.
Protection equals actions and in addition to spreading awareness and freediving to monitor kelp forests we also volunteer our time and use our small boat to assist in Marine Mammal Standings, Whale Entanglements and oil spills.