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Preserving Salmon Migrations with Rob Purser
Director of Fisheries for the Suquamish Tribe, Rob Purser, will speak to the life-cycle of salmon, the ways that the tribe protects and preserves their migration, and the relationship between the vitality of the salmon and the vitality of the Suquamish people.
By examining the colonial mindset that still directs our environmental policies, we hope to shed light on the cultural and environmental importance of salmon to the Suquamish people and our regional ecosystem.
Free Admission - Registration appreciated
550 Winslow Way East, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Parking is available and free to our visitors.
BIMA is located in the Island Gateway complex which has accessible parking spaces on Ravine Lane. There is a flat surface entering the courtyard, which leads into the museum. Parking is alsoView more
BIMA is located in the Island Gateway complex which has accessible parking spaces on Ravine Lane. There is a flat surface entering the courtyard, which leads into the museum. Parking is also available in the underground garage. Take the elevator to First Floor Rear (1R) during museum hours for access through the Community Gallery to the Auditorium, Bistro and Museum.
All of the Museum is accessible by ramps and elevators. If someone in your party needs a wheelchair to enjoy the museum, please ask to borrow a loaner one at the reception desk.View less
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY BIMA is following the COVID-19 recommendations and guidance from Kitsap Public Health District, Washington State Department of Health, and the CDC, and will continue to update health and safety policies as needed. At this time, masks and proof of vaccination is not required–but we welcome you to wear a mask if you choose. We recommend visiting our website prior to this event for the most up-to-date policies.