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Why We Can’t Have Nice Things: Chapter 317

June 30, 2022 Comments (0) journal

In case you thought the Clean Air Act has something to do with actual clean air, if you’re the type of person that thinks breathing is important or that words mean what they say, you have a lot to learn. And, lucky for you, this supreme court is happy to teach you. Whether

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June 25, 2022

Top Corner

The Ikkatsu Project used to have a lot more going on out there on the Washington

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June 16, 2022

Life on Mars

I fear there is some fatal flaw in human consciousness, some kind of ghost in our

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In a Nutshell

Since the Ikkatsu Project came together in 2012, every year has been a little different. While we continue to build programs around single-use plastic and the effects that plastic has in the marine environment, there are other focus areas throughout the Salish Sea watershed that catch a significant portion of our efforts. This bioregional emphasis forms the basis for continuing programs, and you can expect our work to highlight the connections among the different ecosystems here in the heart of Cascadia.

The Ikkatsu Project is funded by donations. We only do one fundraising event each year (centered around Giving Tuesday), and there are no elaborate galas or black-tie events on our calendar, but that doesn't mean your ongoing support isn't needed and valued. What we can promise is the chance to see all of your contribution get put toward direct program expenses, from marine debris research and education to stream surveys to high country fieldwork. Thanks to all who have already contributed (and if you would like to be a part of it all, the "Donate" button is on the right side of this page. Any amount helps and the gratitude runs deep).

D E C I S I O N

Very proud of this award-winning short film that details the work that is done by Ikkatsu Project volunteers to clean remote beaches in southeast Alaska. Accepted into a half-dozen film festivals (and counting), it's here and free to view online, thanks to the generosity of Werner Paddles, a valued Ikkatsu sponsor and manufacturer of the best paddles on the planet. Edited by Beau Gaughran and featuring amazing wildlife, dedicated volunteers and one of North America's most captivating lighthouses, this film will make you want to get up and get busy.