Beach Watchers Training

Each county customizes its own training program but they all share this in common ...

The new trainees consistently find themselves amazed ...
  • at the wealth of information they knew so little about before,
  • how "everything is connected", and
  • by the knowledge, passion and enthusiasm of the teachers.

Beach Watcher training usually includes:

  • aquaculture and shellfish,
  • citizen science practices,
  • climate change,
  • coastal geology,
  • estuaries,
  • forage fish,
  • forestry stewardship,
  • geology,
  • growth and shoreline management,
  • low-impact development,
  • marine biology,
  • marine debris,
  • marine mammals ecology
  • native plants,
  • noxious weeds,
  • salmon and the nearshore,
  • seabird,
  • septic systems,
  • toxics,
  • water quality.
Last updated October 2011

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