Message in a Plastic Bottle - Limited Copies Still Available
"Message in a Plastic Bottle," is a 22-minute film that documents the improbable voyage of the Hyas yiem, a kayak built out of discarded plastic bottles, from Olympia to Bellingham, 150 miles through the waters of Puget Sound. This festival-length film, along with the new book of the same name, explores the role that plastic plays in all of our lives and what that means for the fate of the oceans. Equal parts wonder and warning, this unique film and book set captures the beauty of Washington's inland coast while examining the effects of plastic in this unique marine environment. Get your copy today by contacting the Ikkatsu Project via phone or email. Only $25 while supplies last.
A standup paddleboard made from discarded plastic bottles - and a challenge to rethink single-use plastics. This short film was produced by Robert Entenman and a team of students from UW-Tacoma.
Upcoming Fieldwork and Expeditions
May 2015 ..... Puget Trail Journey
This kayaking trip through south Puget Sound will combine history and science while retracing Puget's path of 225 years ago.
July 2015 ..... The Puyallup; Source to the Sea
What is a watershed? In this case, the Puyallup River watershed, that starts high on the flanks of the Pacific Northwest's most iconic mountain and follows a winding route to the waters of Commencement Bay, 45 miles in all. It would be interesting to follow the river's path; it seems like might be some lessons there...