Service, Education and Adventure (SEA)
SEA program participants engage in real-world learning, hands-on citizen science, meaningful service to protect and restore our environment, personal exploration, and conversations that leave participants informed, inspired, nourished and connected.
We value creative approaches, new collaborations, community engagement, and youth empowerment.
SEA brings together students, scientists, teachers, schools, universities, businesses, community organizations and the general public to engage with and learn about this precious resource. We lead “journeys with a purpose,” engaging in real-world learning, hands-on citizen science
SEA is committed to creating connections and learning opportunities so that the Pacific Northwest’s Cascadian bioregion and Salish Sea environment – especially the Puget Sound region – can be the water and land that we truly know, enjoy and care for. As Puget Sound stewards, we work so that current and future generations can enjoy and benefit from this remarkable environment.
We prioritize creating accessible opportunities for underserved youth and communities, including communities of color, Native American, minority, immigrant and economically struggling communities. SEA serves K-12 students, teachers and youth and adult community members.