Clallam MRC Video
Check out the new video about the Clallam MRC made by the two interns during the summer of 2020! The video provides a brief background to the MRC and highlights some of our projects.
2020 River and Ocean Festival
The 7th Annual River and Ocean Film Festival, sponsored and hosted by the North Pacific Coast Marine Resources Committee and Washington Sea Grant, is now available free online.
The festival features nine short films that highlight the natural and social dimensions of the Olympic Peninsula. The films are presented in three episodes each about 35-40 minutes long.
It is highly recommended that you take the time to enjoy all three episodes, but if you have limited time or a special interest the episodes include the following films:
Episode 1: When goats fly (goat removal in the Olympic National Park); Water connection (fish barriers removal); Power of kelp (kelp agriculture).
Episode 2: Tribal communities on the forefront of ocean change; coho fight club (underwater footage of coho); NatureBridge’s backpacking class; Stories from the blue (Million Waves and CoastSavers project).
Episode 3: Volunteer and be inspired (Olympic National Park); From source to sea (Dungeness watershed).
If you want to watch films from previous River and Ocean Festivals click here