Salish Sea Day of Action

Saturday, September 15th – Meet Noon @ Walla Walla Point Park, By Coyote Leads the Salmon Upriver Sculpture


Our sacred water struggles with a toxic load from multiple fossil fuel projects and pollution. As acidic oceans damage shellfish and salmon populations, orcas are starving.

From the north end of the Strait of Georgia to Puget Sound and Hood Canal, we are uniting to tell the world and our local decision makers that we demand protection for the Salish Sea bioregion. What we do to the water, we do to ourselves.

On Saturday, September 15th, we will gather together to face these growing threats to our sea.  Join us in Wenatchee!