An update on the Salish Sea World Heritage Site Campaign
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Newsletter - January 2017

Let 2017 be the year of the Salish Sea
...its health, biodiversity and sustainability our gift to the future.

Our efforts are focused on having the Salish Sea recognized as a World Heritage Site. New options for cultural and natural protections are being proposed ...and new partners are coming on-board with world-class photographs, research, skills and contacts.

Recognizing the Salish Sea as a World Heritage Site offers a legacy for Canada, a chance to protect our culture and nature, environment and economy, and the people and places of the Salish Sea.
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Free Salish Sea Booklet, World Class Photographs...

In partnership with us SeaLegacy brings the skills and experience of two National Geographic photographers. You can see a sample of the photos they take, and the protections we are calling for, in our new downloadable 40-page booklet.
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Write Your MP, ask for their Support!

You may also wish to add your remarks to one of our letters, and encourage your Member of Parliament to support protections for the Salish Sea, and our application to recognize the Salish Sea as a World Heritage Site.
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OpEds, Networking News & Discussion Groups

We've had several editorials in Victoria's Times Colonist over the fall, the latest in early January.  And our social networking invites contributions and discussion. (
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You can help us safeguard the future of the Salish Sea; all it takes is a signature!
Sign The Petition!
Do you want to learn more about our cause, and see beautiful images of the Salish Sea? 
Check out our booklet


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January 2017, Salish Sea Newsletter

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