Acknowledgments for the electronic Puget Soundbook

thanks to all!


for the electronic Puget Soundbook

Originally produced as a print document, the Puget SoundBook
helped meet the need for a publication that would educate individuals
about their role in the Puget Sound ecosystem. That need remains
and this electronic version is another significant step in helping
people learn how to adopt a “Sound lifestyle”. The electronic
Puget SoundBook was produced by the FOR SEA Institute of Marine
Science and West Sound Academy under grants from the Charlotte
Martin Foundation, The Christensen Fund, and the Environmental
Protection Agency. The electronic Puget SoundBook web site was
designed and constructed by Diane Gusset with contributions by
James A. Kolb and students of West Sound Academy. Sylvie Blais provided valuable technical expertise in restoring and updating the site.



the print version of the