SSEA in the News

April 30 2016  Weekend low tides ideal for exploring beaches

December 20, 2015 3rd Annual Turn of the Tides Festival

October, 2015  Discovery Speaker Series opens November 12th with Climate Change Panel Discussion.

June 1, 2015 “Meet the Beach”   Summer schedule starts June 5th.

March 6, 2015  Olympian,   Beach Naturalists NEEDED  

January 2, 2015, Laura James from Beneath the Looking Glass will talk about stormwater pollution in Puget Sound Jan. 15.An underwater videographer, James will give a presentation on why Puget Sound is in trouble, what makes it a unique marine environment, and what South Sound residents can do to protect and improve it.


Tacoma News Tribune


December 18, 2014   Estuarium celebrates the winter solstice December 21st.

July 21, 2014 Beach Naturalist Joe Hiss and Larry McCallum at Priest Point Park

2014 Beach Naturalist “Meet Us At the Beach” program begins June 14th.

Pier Peer lets children view creatures who live under the water

New Home could Turn Tide for SSEA

March 19th Discovery Speaker Series – Black Hills Audubon

2014 Beach Naturalist Program

SSEA board members needed

December 30, 2012 Pier Peer article

December 30, 2012 The Discovery Speaker Series in Olympia continues Thursday with a presentation on sustainability. 

October 26, 2012  Olympia conservation group revives Pier Peer program. The South Sound Estuary Association has announced it will continue the popular Pier Peer event, once run by People for Puget Sound, at Boston Harbor Marina.

July 16, 2012 Not Just Another Day at the Beach

May 27, 2012  The South Sound Estuary Association is ready to introduce beach visitors to one of the most heavily populated habitats in the world.

April 29, 2012 Low-tide explorers can uncover cool critters, life-long memories

Sunday, April 29, 2012 at 12:05 AM  I remember the first time my wife and I took our two children to the beach to poke among the rocks during a low tide. They were 4- and 2-years old at the time. It was such a fun way to introduce them to the creatures that call Puget Sound home.

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