Salish Sea After Dark: Community Science In The Intertidal Zone
Director: Carly Vester
Every winter, hardy volunteers flock to beaches in the Salish Sea late at night. The all-ages group leans into the bitter cold low-tide with their headlamps and waterproof layers. Their work is shining light on how intertidal communities are changing in the face of climate change and other human impacts.
“Salish Sea After Dark” chronicles one winter of community scientists’ night time work and the unique lessons that can be learned from the south Puget Sound's intertidal zone.