Washington State’s shorelines have long been defined by their relationship to saltwater and connected by a shared maritime heritage. Since time immemorial, water and maritime culture have shaped this place and its people, contributing greatly to the development of the region and the nation. Today, maritime heritage remains a vibrant part of Washington’s communities, economy, and identity. The 2019 designation of the Maritime Washington National Heritage Area recognized what Washingtonians have long known and taken pride in: our saltwater shores are some of the most unique, culturally important places in the country.

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