Trail Tales Educational Outreach & Interpretive Plan

Trail Tales is a community-focused educational outreach and shoreline interpretive program centered in the City of Anacortes in Skagit County Washington.

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The objective of this project it to increase public awareness and understanding of the ecological importance of Fidalgo Bay, its biodiversity, and the distant landscapes that form its watershed; as well as to engage the public in protecting not only the health of Fidalgo Bay but the Puget Sound and Salish Sea, which encompass it. The project will focus on five interpretive topics that will be the foundation for development of education and outreach activities, publications, and media.

Published March 26, 2012

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