Time: 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm 6:00 pm-7:15 pm Cost: $15 Donation Encouraged
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Jim Johannessen email@example.com (360) 714-8819 Event Categories:
Get an overview of the early development of Bellingham Bay shores and learn about beach and coastal restoration projects around the bay over the past 25 years. Beach enhancement and creation and estuary enhancement for improving nearshore habitats will be outlined, along with improved waterfront access. Sites discussed will include Fairhaven‘s Marine Park, Boulevard Park, Waypoint Park, and Little Squalicum Park which had coastal restoration projects designed by the speaker. Will also get a glimpse into planned coastal enhancement at the Cornwall landfill area/future Cornwall Beach Park and highlights of several larger similar projects around the Salish Sea. This talk will be about an hour long with extra time for questions.
Jim Johannessen has run Coastal Geologic Services in Bellingham for almost 30 years, which is a consulting firm specializing in coastal geology and coastal engineering assessment and design. He and CGS have developed the designs implemented at the sites featured for the City of Bellingham, the Port of Bellingham, and others. He has worked as a naturalist along the coasts of Alaska, Baja California, and locally. Jim is also a lifelong sailor who owns and races a 16 foot sailboat on Lake Whatcom and a larger sailboat in the Salish Sea. Jim is a board member at the Community Boating Center who serves as vice president of the board and chair of the Operations Committee. Jim has spent his life playing and working along coasts and enjoys sharing these stories with others.
**This talk is hosted by the Community Boating Center, it is free however donations are suggested! A link for zoom registration will be posted a week before the event**