Farewell to Puget Sound - Highlights from our 2-week immersive journey in the Puget Sound
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SubjectResearch Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES; Puget Sound; San Juan Islands; Fisheries; Fishing; Salmon; Timber; Trees; Lumber; CES; Center for Environment and Society; ANT; Anthropology; DMS; Digital Media Services; Mark Wiest; Michael Vlahovich; Anthony Vlahovich; Brian Palmer; Interdisciplinary; Summer; Immersive; experiential; experiential learning; purse siener; CHA; Coastal Heritage Alliance
A short video, quickly produced on the last day of this summer program, highlighting many of the student experiences.
This video was originally one of 10 short videos originally created as a daily update on Facebook. The goal was to keep a remote audience feeling connected by sharing bits of the experience as quickly as possible, rather than polishing a more encompassing video for later release. A full 1080p version of this video can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFtEyOptgK4
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