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Travelogue: Using Citizen Science to Protect Biodiversity in the Salish Sea with Eleanor Hines, and Tracking Butterfly and Plant Responses to Climate Change with John Mclaughlin


Eleanor Hines is the Lead Scientist/North Sound Baykeeper at Re-Sources and manages the Squalicum Creek Clean Water Project, where she works to educate the public on the Bellingham Bay Waterfront Cleanup Project. John McLaughlin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Environmental Sciences at Huxley College of the Environment. His teaching and research interests include population ecology, wildlife ecology, and conservation biology. Co-presented with Bellingham Parks and Recreation.