In this episode of Salish Shes, we have special guests from Open Communications for the Ocean or OCTO with us. OCTO is a Washington State based organization with a marine management focus, it also happens to produce this exact podcast. What luck! Come hear about Raye and Beth's other work!
The new, monthly Salish Shes podcast will explore the environment, people, politics, scandals, history, and creatures of the beautiful and economically vital Salish Sea, which includes Puget Sound. Episodes will feature guest experts on an array of topics with fun and informative discussions.
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In this episode, it's just Raye and Beth! To celebrate the time of the year festivities, Raye and Beth kick off the season with telling listeners what they're thankful for, Salish Sea edition. Want to share what you're thankful for? Find us on Facebook!
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In one of the most exciting episodes for Raye and Beth, they dive into the poo-litics over the Victoria Sewage Treatment Plant on Vancouver Island. Featuring two guest experts: Jim McIsaac of the T. Buck Suzuki Foundation and Mr. Floatie the former turd persona and spokesman for the sewage treatment plant, we know this episode will certainly not stink.
Raye and Beth talk to Dr. Deborah Giles, scientific expert on the Southern Resident Killer Whale population, about the health of the resident orcas and discuss the latest news surrounding the population.
In this first mini episode of Salish Shes, Raye and Beth play around with the Montana State University's Acoustic Atlas and give a shout out to the Encyclopedia of Puget Sound.
This first episode “Go Fish!” examines the fascinating backstory on Puget Sound’s new salmon net-pen ban, including the infamous Cooke Aquaculture escape and a down-to-the-wire legislative fight. Guests are Seattle Times writer Lynda Mapes and WA State Senator Kevin Ranker.