MRC Monthly Meeting
:: Snohomish County Campus at 3000 Rockefeller Ave., Everett WA, 98201 on the sixth floor of the Robert J. Drewel (Admin East) Building in room 6A02

Our Coast Free Community Film Series

Please join the Snohomish County MRC and area partners at a free film and discussion event.  Ticket reservations at Brown Paper Tickets are recommended for RSVP purposes but are not required for attendance.

The series will showcase three film events focusing on Puget Sound Salmon Recovery, River Restoration on the Elwha River, and coral reef protection around the world.

2/28 Freshwater Focus Everett Community College Event Tickets HERE

3/1 Freshwater Focus UW Bothell Event Tickets HERE

Join/share the conversation.

Join the Everett Community College Facebook Event here.

Join the University of Washington Bothell Facebook Event here.

MRC Kelp Monitoring Video From The Northwest Straits Commission

Of the 23 species of large brown algae (known as kelp) that are native to Puget Sound, the beautiful Nereocystis luetkeana, or bull kelp, is the largest. Reaching a canopy height of 60’ or more, this is likely the one you’ve tangled in a propeller, marked as a prized fishing spot or dive site, or perhaps eaten – pickled, as a tasty appetizer. In response to concerns about declining bull kelp populations in some parts of the Sound, and mounting interest in kelp restoration, the Northwest Straits Commission is gathering information for use in local and regional planning and research.