Educational Tall Ship Sets Sail
Sunday, April 2, 2017 at 2:06PM
Adam Bad Wound in Community, Education , Educational Tall Ship Project, Environment, Environmental Education, Organizations, Philanthropy, Public Service and Citizenship, Regional, San Francisco, Science, Service, Voluntary Action

This weekend, I celebrated the launch of the Matthew Turner, an educational tall ship build entirely from wood and constructed over the past four years entirely by volunteers. I was honored to serve on the board of directors of the Educational Tall Ship in its earliest days and it's a project with special importance to me personally. 

As a result of my volunteer service to the board, I was able to get to know Alan Olson, the visionary man behind the idea to build this ship to connect young people to the water-- “We want them to learn about the powers of nature, like the wind and the sea” -- I applaud his vision and success as an transformative force for future generations in the Bay Area. 

Watch this informative video about the project and be sure to see the ship near the Bay Model in Sausalito!

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