Salish SeaFresh:

 

The Northwest Straits Foundation is proud to present “Salish SeaFresh”, a video series exploring the relationships among habitat restoration, sustainable seafood and local businesses.

In our newest episode, Kenny learns about the Olympia Oyster, the only oyster native to the West Coast. Watch and find out more about oyster restoration and why Olympia oysters are an important species to prioritize recovering in Puget Sound.

Thank you to Taylor Shellfish Farms, the Jefferson and Skagit Marine Resources Committee and others for their commitment to Salish Sea restoration, which has helped bring millions of Olympia Oysters back to Fidalgo Bay and the north Puget Sound.

We hope you enjoy this story. Stay tuned for upcoming episodes as we have fun visiting with fishers and restaurants throughout the Salish Sea. Please like and share the video with your friends, and on social media!

Olympia Oyster

In our newest episode, Kenny learns more about the Olympia Oyster, the only oyster native to the West Coast. Watch and find out more about oyster restoration and why Olympia oysters are an important species to prioritize recovering in Puget Sound.

Thank you to Taylor Shellfish Farms, the Jefferson and Skagit Marine Resources Committee and others for their commitment to Salish Sea restoration, which has helped bring millions of Olympia Oysters back to Fidalgo Bay and the north Puget Sound.

 

Salmon

Our first episode features Coho salmon caught by Tele Aadsen and Joel Brady-Power of Nerka Sea-Frozen Salmon, which is then cooked to perfection by Aslan Brewing Co. Assistant Kitchen Manager Jake Hacker. Join us as we explore key relationships in marine conservation and local seafood throughout the Salish Sea region.

Contact

Northwest Straits Foundation
1155 N State St Ste 402
Bellingham WA 98225
(360) 733-1725
info@nwstraitsfoundation.org