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“The Olympic Coast as a Sentinel: Tribal Communities at the Forefront of Ocean Change” Premiers September 24 at the River & Ocean Film Festival

Trailer for “The Olympic Coast as a Sentinel: Tribal Communities at the Forefront of Ocean Change,” produced by Washington Sea Grant in partnership with Hoh Tribe, Makah Tribe, Quileute Tribe, Quinault Indian Nation, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission, Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, Olympic National Park, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Lab, UW Applied Physics Lab, UW Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, and University of Connecticut. Jan Newton, co-director of EarthLab member organization Washington Ocean Acidification Center, is affiliated with this film.

The worldwide premier of this film will be held on September 24, 2020 at the Washington Sea Grant’s 7th Annual River and Ocean Film Festival. Registration is encouraged! Register here.

This year, the festival be presented as an online event starting on September 17. Streaming episodes will be posted online for viewing from the comfort of your home, office, or anywhere you happen to be with your favorite internet-connected device. This collection of short films highlight the human and natural dimensions of the West End of the Olympic Peninsula.