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December 11, 2018 Comments (0) journal

Expectations are high for 2019. Governor Inslee is holding forth on some serious carbon reduction legislation he wants to see and there is an emphasis on environmental issues all up and down the spectrum, from orca to electric cars, and it all seems to be synchronized. The latest climate

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December 7, 2018

On the Other Hand

I’m working on the Annual Report, and can’t help but reflect on the

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December 5, 2018

Playing Catch-Up

You know that thing that happens when you turn the garden hose on full blast and it

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A fast, first look at "Decision," a new film from the Ikkatsu Project, coming out in 2019.
Special thanks to: Lush cosmetics, Cape Decision Lighthouse Society, Surfrider Foundation, Klean Kanteen, Werner Paddles and Kokatat. And an extra-special thanks to all the volunteers that made it happen. Can't wait to do it again!

2018, and Beyond

2018 isn't over yet, but the cold winds are blowing the last of the yellowed leaves off the trees... not much longer to go now. This has been, without a doubt, the busiest and best year ever for the Ikkatsu Project. The last of this year's programs are finishing up and all thoughts are looking ahead to 2019.
Giving Tuesday, in late November, was a great success. There's not a lot of fundraising events that gets done around here, no elaborate gala or black-tie event, just the chance to see all of your contribution get put toward marine debris research and education. Thanks to all who contributed and for those who might be interested in a year-end financial gift to help continue the work that the Ikkatsu Project is doing (any amount helps and the gratitude runs deep), the "Donate" button is on the right side of this page.)
Please check in with the journal for a recap and more information throughout the year. And thank you to all who have supported the Ikkatsu Project with your time, money and good will in 2018.
There is still plenty to be done.