Estuary association starts its fifth educational year

OlympiaFebruary 12, 2014 

South Sound Estuary Association is celebrating the beginning of its fifth year offering marine and estuary education in the south Puget Sound area. The beach naturalist program, that trains volunteers who meet beachgoers at weekend low-tides in the summer, is offering a new training beginning in April.

The South Sound Estuarium, 608 Washington St. NE, is a marine life discovery center with saltwater aquariums and other interactive and interpretive displays. It is open 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on weekends.

The board of the association thanks residents and visitors to the South Sound for their support of these marine and estuary education opportunities. We live in a truly unique and amazing place and are pleased to share its wonders.

If you want more information about learning opportunities go to sseacenter.org.

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