The proposed dig, along with morning low tides and beaches, is listed below:
- April 26, Wednesday, 7:09 a.m.; -1.1 feet; Twin Harbors, Long Beach
- April 27, Thursday, 7:55 a.m.; -1.5 feet; Twin Harbors, Mocrocks, Long Beach
- April 28, Friday, 8:42 a.m.; -1.8 feet, Twin Harbors, Copalis, Long Beach
- April 29, Saturday, 9:32 a.m.; -1.7 feet; Twin Harbors, Mocrocks, Long Beach
- April 30, Sunday, 10:24 a.m.; -1.3 feet; Twin Harbors, Copalis, Long Beach
- May 1, Monday, 11:20 a.m.; -0.8 feet; Long Beach
For more information, read here.
Grays Harbor Emergency Management
Personal Preparedness Forum
**THIS IS A FREE EVENT OPEN TO ALL**
COME LEARN ABOUT……
1. Site specific risk and hazards for emergency and natural disasters.
2. How to better prepare yourself to reduce the impact of any disaster event in your community, home, family and pets too!!
3. Disaster medication preparation. (Sharon Wallace, Ph.D., RN)
4. Learn how to get involved in your community.
Group meets most Saturdays – double check with Buck’s Bikes to make sure a ride is taking place.
We primarily ride the mountain bike trails in and around Seabrook. We don’t leave people behind and try to stay in a group riding at a fun and relaxed pace. That being said, the trails may be found challenging to the very beginner or new rider. Helmets required.
Come to Crescent Park for the 7th Annual Savor Seabrook Seafood and Wine Festival that benefits the Seabrook Community Foundation!
Wine tasting area is 21+ but we will have a “kids zone” with a bouncy house in the park also!
Sunergy Systems, an employee-owned solar installer will be presenting a free solar educational workshop series in Grays Harbor County. This free solar workshop, known as “Solar U”, will cover a host of solar-focused topics like how solar plays a role in solving our country’s energy issues, how solar works, and how it works, specifically, in the Pacific Northwest. Participants will learn about how solar reduces environmental impact all while increasing a home’s resale value, and just what makes a good site for solar. In addition, attendees will learn all about the WA State Incentive Program, 30% Federal Tax Credit, and Net Metering available for solar customers.
Those wishing to attend are recommended to pre-register at www.solar-u.com/future-seminars or call Clare Salsbury at 206-297-0086.
COASST Marine Debris participants survey local beaches and collect data on the characteristics and location of debris – data that will ultimately be used to map the source and transport pathways of debris, as well as the potential harm to people, wildlife, and local coastal ecosystems. Volunteers need NO prior experience, just a commitment to survey a specific beach (about ¾ mile) each month.
If you are interested in participating, join COASST staff for the training session. There is no charge to attend the training, but plan to provide a $20 refundable deposit if you would like to take home a COASST volunteer kit. Training activities take place indoors. Beach surveys are best conducted in groups of 2 or more – please come with a survey partner in mind or plan to join a team during training.
To reach long term goals, we recognize the need to have a solid strategic plan. Coastal Interpretive Center would like to add a member to the Board of Directors whose primary purpose would be to lead that effort. Are you great at strategic planning? We want you, we want you now! Come to the next board meeting.