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Trip Planner: Bellingham’s Fairhaven District
An escape for city slickers and a destination for tourists, Bellingham’s Fairhaven District has been referred to as a hidden little gem worth discovering.
Whale Watching, San Juan Island
Trip Planner: San Juan Islands
The waters surrounding San Juan Island are indeed one of the best spots in the country to see whales in the wild-—especially orcas.
Pampered Wilderness
Glamping in Millersylvania State Park with Pampered Wilderness
Cedar Creek Treehouse
Who doesn't dream of waking up among the clouds in a treehouse built to fit the wildest of imaginations? At Cedar Creek Treehouse, guests spend the night fifty feet above the ground in a 200-year-old Western Red Cedar.
Coastal Escape: Copalis Beach
Nothing could be more romantic than a coastal escape at Copalis beach. Explore the Olympic peninsula on this exciting weekend getaway.
The Northwest’s Vibrant Chinese Culture
Experience the vibrant Chinese culture of the Pacific Northwest, with museums, adventures, gardens, and delicious food!



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In 2015, Paul Allen ponied up $1.5 million to investigate kelp cultivation as a potential strategy for mitigating ocean acidification. Dr. Joth Davis, senior scientist for PSRF, said 25 percent of carbon emissions released into the atmosphere are absorbed into the ocean. “The resulting change in seawater chemistry is known as ocean acidification because it increases the acidity of seawater over time and makes calcium carbonate less available to marine species,” Davis said.

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