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WSA VP Jim Trask has been extremely busy finalizing the plans for the mooring buoy project he's been working on for years. The final permits have been granted, and while some money has been gathered, Jim is still searching for more funding.
While mooring buoys serve the obvious purpose of giving boat divers and charters a safe, secure place to tie up, and accurate placement of divers on the reef, they also help the environment and local habitat by helping boaters avoid damaging sensitive marine life every time they drop anchor at a popular dive site. Read more...
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Review the latest WSA Board activity here:More info here.
View the Titlow Artificial Reef Project slideshow by the Bellarmine Preparatory School Marine Chemistry Program right here!
30 Things you can do for the Marine Environment.
WA Dive Flag Rules - Important information for WA divers. Check it out here