Each year, we feature several short videos from our grantees. These 2-10 minute films showcase their grassroots work, giving us a window into the problems they are working to solve. Salish Sea After Dark is a grantee film featured in our Breaking Barriers segment. The short explores the work of community scientists who study the Washington coastline at night. By exploring ecosystems after dark, the scientists can observe animals that stay hidden during the day. Produced by Rose Grantee Harbor WildWatch, learn about how engaging community members in the process of natural science creates new opportunities for researchers and curious volunteers alike.