Whidbey Waters – Whidbey Shores

Whidbey Waters — Whidbey Shores — a new photo exhibit on Whidbey’s beaches and the wondrous beings that live on them —is up and glowing at the Freeland Public Library. Created by Jeanie and PaulBen McElwain as a prequel to Earth and Ocean Month and as an incentive for viewers to buy their own copies of Getting…

Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group – Potting Parties for Habitat Restoration

Join SFHG this Saturday March 11th to help pot some more native plants to be used in restoration projects next year! Register HERE If you can't make it on Saturday, we will be hosting drop-in potting opportunities every Friday through the end of March. From 10am-1pm March 10, 17, 24, and 31 at our nursery (21109…


Coupeville Recreation Center 901 Northwest Alexander Street, Coupeville, wa

Julia Parrish (who started this COASST program way back in 2003 or so) will be speaking in person at the Coupeville Rec Hall next Thursday, April 13, at 7:30 pm with Whidbey Audubon. She’s really great and am sure could muster up some volunteers for the program (and a lead person).  https://www.whidbeyaudubonsociety.org/events-list/general-meeting-program-coasstseabirds-with-julia-parrish

Jack Hartt on Tides at Camano Library

Camano Island Public Library 848 N. Sunrise Blvd, Camano Island, Washington

Jack Hartt starts far out in space and touches on the works of Sir Isaac Newton. Hartt then brings it all down to sea level with an understanding of how the solar system creates tides on Earth and why they can be predicted and printed on calendars years in advance.

Welcome the Whales Festival

in Langley, WA on Saturday April 15th as we welcome the Sounders gray whales back to Puget Sound! Orca Network's annual Welcome the Whales Festival will include costume making, our popular parade through downtown Langley where you can dress up as your favorite critter, an educational presentation.

Dynamics of kelp forests, salmon, and forage fish

National Marine Sanctuaries Webinar Series - Pacific Northwest's nearshore coastal ecosystems, including kelp forests, and how our iconic species such as salmon and forage fish depend on them

Hoypus Weeding Party

The Island County Marine Resources Committee and the NW Straits Foundation are hosting a stewardship event to continue the great work at the Cornet Bay Restoration site which includes the now restored Hoypus Point. We will be focusing on planting and weeding out at Hoypus Point. PLEASE RSVP: k.zupich@islandcountywa.gov or 360-678-2349 WHEN: April 19th, 2023 at 1:00 pm…