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COASST Training in Stanwood 3/24

posted Feb 28, 2019, 10:49 AM by Roxie Rochat

The Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team (COASST) is a 17 year old rigorous citizen science project housed at the University of Washington. COASST trains coastal residents in their communities. Post-training, participants pledge to conduct monthly surveys on a beach that has special meaning to them. At present, three basic types of data are collected:

1. beachcast birds
2. marine debris
3. evidence of human use of the beach environment

In March, COASST will be in Stanwood for a beached bird training.

You are welcome to attend, and if you know of anyone who would like to become involved in COASST please feel free to forward the following information to them:

March 24th, 2019
11am-5pm
Stanwood Senior Center
7430 276th St NW
Stanwood, WA 98292

If you are willing to hang some posters in your area to attract more interested attendees, please just let us know and we will have some printed and mailed to you. We have a new, smaller size that should fit more comfortably on bulletin boards! Any other suggestions for advertising are welcome.

Thank you for your help, and we hope to see some of you at the trainings!

Best,
Jackie
Participant Coordinator
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COASST
Box 355020
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-5020
ph (206) 221-6893
COASST <coasst@uw.edu>
https://depts.washington.edu/coasst/
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