Made In Puget Sound® is an all-volunteer, self-funded nonprofit corporation. 100% of the contributions and sales we receive go towards our conservation, research and education outreach programs promoting a better and healthier Northwest. We collect and disseminate valuable information about our cold emerald green waters and the captivating life thriving in those waters. Through unique underwater photography and videography, we provide a rarely seen window into the underwater wild life of Puget Sound. We report on the most vital environmental issues affecting every one of us living in this region and provide workable, realistic solutions that allow everyone to become involved.
Our local mountains, forests, rivers, lakes, streams and tributaries create the majesty that is Puget Sound and the Salish Sea. All of these help make Puget Sound one of the most unique estuaries in the world. In 2019 we are greatly expanding our work. We're reporting much more intently on important issues regarding Puget Sound and the Salish Sea, and the conservation efforts to save them. Were conducting more in-depth research into its amazing life and health. We're also increasing our focus on other local environmental issues and providing workable solutions to many of the problems.
View both image Galleries: Underwater and Land, and my 'Videography'. Read 'Blogs' covering a wide variety of topics, including our educational and conservation work in and around the Sound. 'Connect' with us about speaking to your organization or school. Obtain more information on my 'Presentations' page and read more 'About' me and my organizations work.
We'll speak to your group
Listen to my interview: Sound Living with Drew Collins,
on KSER 90.7 FM, Independent Public Radio
Cover Photo: Eelgrass in Puget Sound. This is a plant that create beds and meadows growing in bays, coves, tidal creeks, and estuaries. Eelgrass beds are a vital haven for crabs, scallops, numerous other species of important fish, and wildlife. The long blades are often covered with tiny marine plants and animals like Hooded Nudibranchs. In the thick grass animals find habitat, protection from predators, nursery grounds, food, and oxygen.