Whidbey 101

Trinity Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall 18341 State Rt. 525 #B, Freeland, Washington

Learn about Living on an Island! Focus is South Whidbey. At Trinity Lutheran Church Gym in Freeland - Please share the flyer or the link with friends - especially newcomers

Ocean Rights

Speaker: Michelle BenderOCEAN RIGHTS: AN EMERGING ENVIRONMENTAL ETHIC TO TRANSFORM OCEAN GOVERNANCEAbstract: part of WWU Environmental Speaker Series When we listen to global negotiations on climate, biodiversity, fisheries and areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ), there is a missing voice: that of the Ocean. Even though a healthy Ocean is key in our collective response to achieving…

Orca Happy Hour

Hotel Leo 1224 Cornwall Ave, Bellingham, Washington

Sacred Lands Conservancy / Sacred Sea is a Lummi-led non-profit committed to the life and sanctity of the Salish Sea sponsoring this event. Music by violinist Swil Kanim, Tah-Mahs Ellie Kinley, Choice of the Salish sea and more.

Prairie Days at Pacific Rim Institute

Free and family friendly! There will be live music, tours lead by local experts and much more! https://pacificriminstitute.org/news-events/events-calendar.html/event/2023/05/05/pri-prairie-days/416177 FRIDAY DETAILS:* Birding Tour - ~1.5 hours; moderate walking; mostly level ground; bring binoculars; Bluebirds are in the area!* Prairie Tours - ~1.5 hours; moderate walking; mostly level ground; prairie remnant, new restoration areas, Garry oak savanna*…

Prairie Days at Pacific Rim Institute

Free and family friendly! There will be live music, tours lead by local experts and much more! https://pacificriminstitute.org/news-events/events-calendar.html/event/2023/05/05/pri-prairie-days/416177 FRIDAY DETAILS:* Birding Tour - ~1.5 hours; moderate walking; mostly level ground; bring binoculars; Bluebirds are in the area!* Prairie Tours - ~1.5 hours; moderate walking; mostly level ground; prairie remnant, new restoration areas, Garry oak savanna*…

Stewarding Resources with Snohomish Conservation District

Kristin Marshall (Habitat Restoration and Floodplain Management Program Director) and Kathryn Wells (Community Outreach Specialist) from the Snohomish Conservation District (SCD) to learn about enhancing your home with native plants, where to go for help if you live on a bluff. 

Stewarding Island Ecosystems

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

Kristin Marshall and Kathryn Wells, Snohomish Conservation District

Monthly Member Meeting | Mussel Watch Stormwater Action Plan

Recording of Speakers - see Speaker Bios and topic Below   10:00 am - Sound Water Stewards (SWS) Business Meeting First Stewards Acknowledgement Sound Water Stewards Reports: 10:30 am - Featured Speakers - Mariko Langness & Danielle Nordstrom of Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), Marine Fish Science, Toxics Biological Observation System for the…

Shredathon on Camano

Windermere Office-Terry's Coner 818 N Sunrise Blvd, Camano Island, WA

Waste Wise and Windermere have the shredding event at Windermere on Saturday 5-13, 9 to noon. If you want any details for the calendar, let me know. $5 for a bag or banker's box, $10 for oversize box or bag.  RESIDENTIAL PAPER  SHRED-A-THON On Saturday, May 13th, from 9 am to noon, Windermere Real Estate and…

Green Crab Molt Survey Training

Edmonds Rec Center 700 Main St, Edmonds, Washington

Washington Sea Grant and Washington State University Extension are teaming up to launch Molt Search, a new volunteer-based early detection program to complement the existing WSG Crab Team trapping and monitoring network.

Penn Cove Water Festival

in Downtown Coupeville The Penn Cove Water Festival couldn't happen without the help of Volunteers. 2023 Volunteers click here to sign-up or send email to penncovewaterfestival@gmail.com subject: VOLUNTEER. Thank you! Tribal roots of Penn Cove Water Festival From 2015, with scenes and songs from past water festivals and interviews with Penn Cove Water Festival president Vicky Reyes and board member…

Regenerative Tourism with Sherrye Wyatt

Kristoferson Farm 332 NE Camano Dr, Camano Island, Washington

Speaker Sherrye Wyatt how Whidbey and Camano Islands Tourism is working with the Transformational Travel Council to harness tourism’s power to be a force for good. Our islands are the first destination in the state to fully embrace Regenerative Tourism, having completed the Destination Regeneration and Transformational Travel Design programs. Learn how community members may help co-create a new Destination Regeneration Plan to develop richer visitor experiences, as well as preserve and promote the islands for residents, for generations to come.