Be Part of the Human Orca Mural on San Juan Island 11am, Saturday, March 19

Backbone Campaign and Alchemy Art Center are collaborating to Save Wild Salmon & Nourish the Southern Resident Orcas.

We are at an historically pivotal moment. Breaching the Lower Snake River dams NOW is our best chance for saving multiple wild salmon and steelhead runs from extinction. That includes wild Chinook that our Lower Resident Orcas prefer and swim great distances to eat. That's why we are coming together as people who love this place and the salmon and orca we share it with to do something beautiful together.

Join us to make a giant human mural of an Orca to show policy makers just how much we love our orca and wild salmon - and that we have their backs for swift and bold action to protect these precious creatures.

Date: Saturday, March 19th
Time: 11am
Place: East end of Jackson Beach

We'll use our bodies (and umbrellas) to make a giant orca near the beach - on the East end of Jackson Beach.

  • Please wear a mask
  • Please wear black, if you can
  • This is a family friendly event; all ages and abilities are welcome!

Sign up below for more info and to register your place in the Orca Grid.

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  • March 19, 2022 at 11:00am – 12pm
  • East end of Jackson Beach
    San Juan Island, WA 98250
    United States
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  • 22 people are going
  • Bill Moyer


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