We galvanize communities of whale watchers to restore salmon habitat, doing what it takes to recover endangered killer whales. In just six months we contributed 220 man hours to restoring local streams and forests at two events. This whale watching season we are on track to make new face-to-face connections with 400 people, encouraging even more people to take on the ground actions to help killer whales. This cartoon explains exactly what we do and why its important. We can’t do this work without your help. While we keep a lean budget, right now we need more funds to print “mini fliers” with educational information about our restoration events to give to the huge number of whale watchers our Scouts are interacting with.