National Heritage Areas are based on partnerships: bringing together a range of Tribes, organizations, businesses, and governments around heritage resources and stories. One of our
Eight organizations across Washington State will receive funding for projects that support our region’s maritime heritage—creating engaging, accessible, and interesting opportunities for residents and visitors
The Port Townsend Foundry is a unique partner of the Maritime Washington National Heritage Area, specializing in vessel parts and housing a historic archive of designs.
Meet the Maritime Washington partner advocating for waterfronts and the people who make them work.
Maritime Washington National Heritage Area is pleased to offer the Inaugural Maritime Washington Grant Program. In this grant cycle, we will offer two kinds of
By Angela Hewitson, Associate Director of Maritime Partnerships at Northwest Maritime Center and Maritime High School
Sunday, September 17 from 12:30 – 5:00 pm | Pier 62, Seattle | Free
August 26, 2023 | Foss Waterway Seaport, Tacoma | Free
by Alex Gradwohl, Program Director. This is the second of a two-part series about Orca Action Month. Head over to our friends at the Mountains
Through preservation efforts on the Shenandoah, we can see into a past of massive forests, abundant salmon runs, and family enterprise.
On July 4, master shipwright and third-generation commercial fisherman Michael Vlahovich set out to build a boat in Gig Harbor. Although the vessel was small,