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Shoreline Living Resources

Program Contact: Tessa Halloran, Master Gardener/Small Farms Coordinator
(360) 427-9670 Ext. 682 • Tessa.Halloran@wsu.edu

Shoreline Living Video

This video explores the transitional shoreline area linking terrestrial uplands and the marine environment of the Puget Sound Region.  Learn about the geological features and processes that shape the banks, why some erosion is part of a natural and necessary process for replenishing our beaches, as well as, way to reduce damage caused by excessive erosion. Explore the tidal zone and learn about local flora and fauna; their role in the ecosystem, and behaviors you can adopt to live in balance along the shoreline.

 

Plant It Right, Restoring Our Streams Video

Streamside planting projects are vitally important in the restoration of fish and wildlife habitat. The success of these restoration projects is directly tied to proper planting techniques and subsequent maintenance. This 17-minute video will help students and volunteers understand the steps necessary to “Plant It Right.”