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    Project SeaWolf

    Project SeaWolf, a grassroots, all-volunteer organisation, is dedicated to the protection of orca whales and the ecosystem habitats of other coastal wildlife species' in the Pacific Northwest. Project SeaWolf is a federally registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organisation conducting education campaigns, government lobbying efforts and the production of broadcast films and articles about wildlife protection.
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    P.O. Box 929
    Marysville , WA 98270-0929
    Contact Person: Michael Kundu
    Phone: 425 754-2738
    Fax: 360 653-4780
    E-Mail: [email protected]

    Detailed Information:
    Founded in January 1998 to protect biodiversity in the Canada-US border region of the Pacific Northwest, Project SeaWolf is a federally registered environmental advocacy program operating in Washington State and British Columbia, Canada.

    Population growth, increased development and environmental degradation all impact our Northwest ecosystems. Project SeaWolf was founded to address these impacts, whether its about recommenced whaling by Pacific coastal tribes or the threat of oil spills in the Northwest Straits. Our objective is to identify, document and enforce against threats to the ecological integrity of the rich Northwest ecosystem. Accordingly, this website also approaches that challenge by presenting relevant articles related to ecological issues and by hosting ECOS, a database and review of environmentally-responsible eco-tourism businesses operating in this region. This resource will grow in the coming months, and SeaWolf recommends that readers who are concerned about environmentally responsible eco-tourism activities patronise these businesses first. SeaWolf is not paid to publicise these businesses -- recommendations are made solely by objective evaluation by SeaWolf staff.

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