Made In Puget Sound® is an all-volunteer, self-funded nonprofit corporation. Our goal is promoting a better, cleaner and healthier Puget Sound. 100% of all Contributions and Sales of my artwork go towards our Conservation, Research and Educational outreach programs.
Through my unique underwater photography, HD Videography and now 4K Videography, I provide a rarely seen window into the underwater wildlife of Puget Sound. All of my video work is created with my own original music to accompany.
My organization collects and disseminates valuable information about the health of our local cold emerald green waters, and the captivating life that thrives in those waters.
We're continually conducting more in-depth and cutting edge research into vital environmental issues that affect every one of us living in this region. We offer 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. Our Puget Sound one of the most unique estuaries in the world but needs our help to survive.
My Blogs cover a wide variety of topics. Connect with us about speaking to your organization or school on my Presentations page. Learn and read more About me and my organizations work and Partners.
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Cover Photo: Eelgrass in Puget Sound is a plant that create beds and meadows for a variety of underwater wildlife. It's a vital haven, feeding and breeding ground for crabs, shrimp, nudibranchs and many other vertebrate and invertebrate species. It grows in bays, coves, tidal creeks and estuaries. The long blades are often covered with tiny marine plants and algae providing food, habitat and protection from predators.