A One Day "Communiversity"
Welcome to Sound Living 2014! We are pleased to bring you a day of learning at Everett Community College showcasing the connections between water, land and people in the Salish Sea landscape.
We are delighted to offer you 18 presentations in three different sessions, featuring an amazing array of topics and skilled presenters that are working in their fields today. Whether you are interested in the 'Orca Tribes of the Salish Sea, "What is Biochar' or 'Toxics Impact on Salmon', you'll find a session of interest.
The hardest choice you'll have to make is which presentations to select!
- Saturday, October 25, 2014, Everett Commuity College, Everett, WA (Schedule & Directions)
- Enjoy Port Gardner and Beyond: A Place Across Centuries and Cultures, our Key Note Lecture, moderated by David Dilgard, Everett Public Library Historical Specialist
- Three extended sessions of classes, with exanded time for lunch, to explore the exhibits and bid on raffle prizes!
- 18 classes (All New!) that cover our six themes of Ecosystems, Wildlife, Swimmers of the Salish Sea, Water, Toxics in the Salish Sea, and Stewardship.
- Registration closed October 18, 11pm. Walkin registrations will be available on October 25 for a walk in fee of $30.00 ($20.00 for students, teachers, and active military)
- Free snacks, optional lunch for $8.00.
- Registration is $30.00 on/before 10/18/14. There is a reduced fee of $20.00 for students, teachers and military personnel. Walkin registrations are available and we have decided to waive the late fee.
- Participate in our second annual Raffle to support WSU Beach Watchers, with tickets to local attractions like the Museum of Flight and Woodland Park Zoo, autographed books and baskets filled with goodies. Only cash or check accepted.
- 5.5 Teacher Clock Hours are Available! There is an additional $16.00 fee paid to the Education Service District, paid at Sound Living.
- Find out more ...
Thank you to our Sponsors!
Washington Department of Ecology and Futurewise
Kiwanis Club of Shoreline, Sno-Isle Natural Foods Coop, Snohomish County Marine Resources Committe, Sno-King Marine Mammal Stranding Network, Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians and Whole Foods.
If you have any questions, please contact us at Sound.Living@wsu.edu or 425 357-6028. We look forward to seeing you.