Salish Sea Day of Action
Join us Saturday September 15, 2018 for the Salish Sea Day of Action.
Protectors of the Salish Sea, Red Line Salish Sea, 350 Seattle, 350 Tacoma, 350 Wenatchee, Sierra Club-WA State Chapter, Georgia Strait Alliance, Puget Soundkeeper Alliance, RAVEN Trust, Endangered Species, STAND, Cascadia Now!
Join an event!
Find out more about events by clicking the links or search by zip code in the box in the upper right part of this page.
- Prayer Walk and Water Blessing Ceremony Seattle WA
- Protest & Vigil against Cruise Ships that pollute our climate and melt Arctic sea ice Seattle
- Kayah George Shares Her Teachings During Sunday Worship Seattle (Sun. 9/16)
- International Coastal Beach Cleanups Multiple locations in WA
- Edmonds Bird Fest Edmonds, WA
- Pagans, Witches, Earth-Based Ceremony Salish Sea Day of Action Shoreline, WA
- Tacoma Salish Sea Day of Action Tacoma, WA
- International Coastal Cleanup with Surfrider Foundation Bellingham WA
- Bellingham Bannering and Teach-In Bellingham WA
- Actions for Orcas Mount Vernon & Bainbridge Island WA
- Rights of Nature for Southern Resident Killer Whales Gig Harbor, WA
- Teach-in for Protecting SRKWs at Friends of San Juans Annual Meeting Shaw Island WA
- Take Back the Salish Sea dance and celebration Lopez Island WA
- North Olympic Peninsula Salish Sea Day of Action w/ Dana Lyons Port Townsend WA
- Salish Sea Day of Action in Wenatchee Wenatchee WA
- Save our Whales Pender Island, BC
- Salt Spring Island Day of Action Salt Spring Island, BC
- Trans Mountain Pipeline Awareness and Pledge Port Moody, BC
What's it about? Read the Call to Action.
- Check out this toolkit with suggestions for actions and ideas for planning an event.
- View this webinar to learn more. For questions, contact email@example.com
- Ready to register your event? See the box at the top of this page and click to host an event. Every action makes a difference.
- Print these signs to use at your event.
- Use these posters and flyers to promote the Salish Sea Day of Action
Video credit: Ale Blakely.