Monday, July 30, 2018

The power of one empowers many: Angela Haseltine Pozzi

This summer the Port Townsend Marine Science Center is focusing on people and communities who are empowered to end plastic pollution in our oceans and reign in climate change. Please make a gift today to ensure that people everywhere can join a journey of stewardship through the programs offered by the Port Townsend Marine Science Center. The goal is to raise $12,000. Gifts received by August 31 will be matched dollar for dollar up to $5,000. 

WashedAshore.org founder Angela Haseltine Pozzi with her tufted puffin creation.
Photo credit ©WashedAshore.org

Portland, Ore., native Angela Haseltine Pozzi has always believed in “art for all,” spearheading public art projects, community art and artist-in-residency programs wherever she went. But following the untimely death of her husband to a brain tumor in 2002, she needed to heal.

Sunday, July 22, 2018

Eliza Dawson is just getting started

This summer the Port Townsend Marine Science Center is focusing on people and communities who are empowered to end plastic pollution in our oceans and reign in climate change. Please make a gift today to ensure that people everywhere can join a journey of stewardship through the programs offered by the Port Townsend Marine Science Center. The goal is to raise $12,000. Gifts received by August 31 will be matched dollar for dollar up to $5,000.

Longtime Quimper Peninsula residents and newcomers alike have been watching and admiring the feats of Port Townsend native Eliza Dawson.

2018 Anne Murphy Ocean Stewardship Scholarship recipient Eliza Dawson.

In 2009 when she was in fifth grade, Eliza was one of several children and adults who assembled the bones of a gray whale for display at the Port Townsend Marine Science Center. When the body of "Spirit" had washed ashore on the North Shore of the Olympic Peninsula in 1999 at the tender age of 1.5 years, his death was a mystery.