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Sea Gardens Across the Pacific
A new story map shows the importance of revitalizing Indigenous aquaculture practices for food sovereignty and resilience

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Coastal Café is a radio program jointly produced by
Washington Sea Grant and KPTZ 91.9 FM. Coastal Café explores the latest in marine science with researchers, policy experts and people who live and work along our coast.

In a recent episode, Samantha Larson, science writer at WSG, interviews former Lummi chairman and councilman Jay Julius and reporter Bonnie Swift about Tokitae, the southern resident killer whale who was captured from the Salish Sea in 1970 and now lives at the Miami Seaquarium in Florida. 

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DEI Spotlight 

This section highlights a resource related to diversity, equity and inclusion with the aim of deepening understanding of how social justice and marine science and policy intersect. 

In honor of Black history month, we are watching this discussion from the Library of Congress with Timothy D. Walker, Cheryl Lanifer LaRoche and Cassandra Newby-Alexander about the maritime underground railroad – how enslaved people achieved their freedom and what the journey by sea looked like for many African Americans.


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