When it comes to the Ikkatsu Project, there are just as many things that need to be
As the fog lifted along the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, we paddled into
The second leg of the Ikkatsu Expedition has been completed. Between July 2nd and
The second leg of the expedition begins next Monday. Hobuck Beach to La Push, and
The first leg of the 2012 Ikkatsu Project is in the books. This sea kayak-based
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Looking through the scope at the plastic fibers and fragments of an Alaskan water sample.
At a camp not far from Robson Bight... this guy wasn't much larger than my hand, watching me clean the dishes from his perch on a nearby piece of driftwood. Johnstone Strait, BC.
The Ikkatsu Project is proud of the company it keeps; the dedicated support of these companies and organizations help make our continuing expeditions and field work possible.
Special thanks to the following organizations for their continued support:
– The Bamford Foundation
– South Sound Surfrider
– Puyallup Watershed Initiative
– Pierce Co. Conservation District
There are no brown bear on Kuiu, which is nice. The black bear are plentiful, however, and huge!
Congressman Derek Kilmer doesn't understand the appeal of a 14-ton inflatable plastic duck either.
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