The SeaDoc Society newsletter is sent out once a month. Read the latest below, and subscribe to the letter here.
The SeaDoc Society newsletter is sent out once a month. You can subscribe to the letter here.
Dear SeaDoc Supporter,
Science helps increase our understanding of the Salish Sea and improves our ability to set policy and manage the system. You’re probably familiar with SeaDoc’s role funding and conducting research and translating those findings. Thanks to your support, we also try to review the use of science for making decisions. You’ll read below that we recently commented on the National Marine Fisheries Service’s proposal to remove the Canary Rockfish from the list of US threatened species. In this update, you can see what we thought, and also see how to submit your own comments.
Thank you for your support,
We want to give a big thank you to all of you who support our work – through this week’s Give Big campaign, or at other times of the year. Despite a cadre of work to improve the health of the Salish Sea, the species of concern work that Jacquline Zier presented at the Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference last month suggests we are not winning the race. Now is the time to step up our efforts to do more, so thank you for investing in something you not only care about, but also depend upon… the Salish Sea.
Chief Scientist and Regional Director