The Marine Resources Committee and Sound Water Stewards are hosting a cinematic event together with the Clyde Theater & Sealife Productions to highlight our efforts to enjoy and preserve the natural beauty around our island and the Salish Sea.
The event will feature a 40 minute video commissioned by the Marine Resources Committee of island county to bring the natural beauty of our shoreline into middle school classrooms and tie them into the biology curriculum of the state. It is an engaging tour diving into the divers and beautiful marine habitats around Whidbey Island.
There will be a podium discussion after this film. Then we continue the afternoon with more Sealife Productions short films on “Tlingit Gold”, “The Kelp Lifeway” (a film commissioned by the Puget Sound Restoration Fund), “Our Marine Life in Times of a Global Supply Chain Crisis” and finally “The Elwha River Salmon Recovery Project”. There will be another podium discussion with the seasoned film maker Florian Graner (Cinematographer for the BBC-Blue Planet & Oceans, Discovery Channel: “River Monsters”, National Geographic: “America’s National Parks”, the up-coming Netflix Series: “Great National Parks” to name just a few).