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Marine Education Pop-Up

During the summer of 2022, SWS presents a weekly pop-up educational booth at an Island County Park on Camano or Landing Park in Stanwood offering an opportunity for visitors to learn about the local marine ecosystem. The beach education station is highly portable. Each week we will cover a different theme/topic. Topics include: beach plants and wildflowers and where to find them, identification of clam shows (holes in sand), find the active or former beaver dam, a driftwood story, underwater life as viewed through an underwater ice-fishing camera, importance of proper pet poop disposal, barnacles and other marine life through a microscope, native plants and invasive species, leave no trace principles – and more. The pop-up will foster caring for the marine environment and responsibility to future generations.

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Marine Education Pop-Up

During the summer of 2022, SWS presents a weekly pop-up educational booth at an Island County Park on Camano or Landing Park in Stanwood offering an opportunity for visitors to learn about the local marine ecosystem. The beach education station is highly portable. Each week we will cover a different theme/topic. Topics include: beach plants and wildflowers and where to find them, identification of clam shows (holes in sand), find the active or former beaver dam, a driftwood story, underwater life as viewed through an underwater ice-fishing camera, importance of proper pet poop disposal, barnacles and other marine life through a microscope, native plants and invasive species, leave no trace principles – and more. The pop-up will foster caring for the marine environment and responsibility to future generations.

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Marine Education Pop-Up

During the summer of 2022, SWS presents a weekly pop-up educational booth at an Island County Park on Camano or Landing Park in Stanwood offering an opportunity for visitors to learn about the local marine ecosystem. The beach education station is highly portable. Each week we will cover a different theme/topic. Topics include: beach plants and wildflowers and where to find them, identification of clam shows (holes in sand), find the active or former beaver dam, a driftwood story, underwater life as viewed through an underwater ice-fishing camera, importance of proper pet poop disposal, barnacles and other marine life through a microscope, native plants and invasive species, leave no trace principles – and more. The pop-up will foster caring for the marine environment and responsibility to future generations.

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Marine Education Pop-Up

During the summer of 2022, SWS presents a weekly pop-up educational booth at an Island County Park on Camano or Landing Park in Stanwood offering an opportunity for visitors to learn about the local marine ecosystem. The beach education station is highly portable. Each week we will cover a different theme/topic. Topics include: beach plants and wildflowers and where to find them, identification of clam shows (holes in sand), find the active or former beaver dam, a driftwood story, underwater life as viewed through an underwater ice-fishing camera, importance of proper pet poop disposal, barnacles and other marine life through a microscope, native plants and invasive species, leave no trace principles – and more. The pop-up will foster caring for the marine environment and responsibility to future generations.

Recurring

Marine Education Pop-Up

During the summer of 2022, SWS presents a weekly pop-up educational booth at an Island County Park on Camano or Landing Park in Stanwood offering an opportunity for visitors to learn about the local marine ecosystem. The beach education station is highly portable. Each week we will cover a different theme/topic. Topics include: beach plants and wildflowers and where to find them, identification of clam shows (holes in sand), find the active or former beaver dam, a driftwood story, underwater life as viewed through an underwater ice-fishing camera, importance of proper pet poop disposal, barnacles and other marine life through a microscope, native plants and invasive species, leave no trace principles – and more. The pop-up will foster caring for the marine environment and responsibility to future generations.

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Marine Education Pop-Up

During the summer of 2022, SWS presents a weekly pop-up educational booth at an Island County Park on Camano or Landing Park in Stanwood offering an opportunity for visitors to learn about the local marine ecosystem. The beach education station is highly portable. Each week we will cover a different theme/topic. Topics include: beach plants and wildflowers and where to find them, identification of clam shows (holes in sand), find the active or former beaver dam, a driftwood story, underwater life as viewed through an underwater ice-fishing camera, importance of proper pet poop disposal, barnacles and other marine life through a microscope, native plants and invasive species, leave no trace principles – and more. The pop-up will foster caring for the marine environment and responsibility to future generations.

Recurring

Marine Education Pop-Up

During the summer of 2022, SWS presents a weekly pop-up educational booth at an Island County Park on Camano or Landing Park in Stanwood offering an opportunity for visitors to learn about the local marine ecosystem. The beach education station is highly portable. Each week we will cover a different theme/topic. Topics include: beach plants and wildflowers and where to find them, identification of clam shows (holes in sand), find the active or former beaver dam, a driftwood story, underwater life as viewed through an underwater ice-fishing camera, importance of proper pet poop disposal, barnacles and other marine life through a microscope, native plants and invasive species, leave no trace principles – and more. The pop-up will foster caring for the marine environment and responsibility to future generations.

Recurring

Marine Education Pop-Up

During the summer of 2022, SWS presents a weekly pop-up educational booth at an Island County Park on Camano or Landing Park in Stanwood offering an opportunity for visitors to learn about the local marine ecosystem. The beach education station is highly portable. Each week we will cover a different theme/topic. Topics include: beach plants and wildflowers and where to find them, identification of clam shows (holes in sand), find the active or former beaver dam, a driftwood story, underwater life as viewed through an underwater ice-fishing camera, importance of proper pet poop disposal, barnacles and other marine life through a microscope, native plants and invasive species, leave no trace principles – and more. The pop-up will foster caring for the marine environment and responsibility to future generations.

Recurring

Marine Education Pop-Up

During the summer of 2022, SWS presents a weekly pop-up educational booth at an Island County Park on Camano or Landing Park in Stanwood offering an opportunity for visitors to learn about the local marine ecosystem. The beach education station is highly portable. Each week we will cover a different theme/topic. Topics include: beach plants and wildflowers and where to find them, identification of clam shows (holes in sand), find the active or former beaver dam, a driftwood story, underwater life as viewed through an underwater ice-fishing camera, importance of proper pet poop disposal, barnacles and other marine life through a microscope, native plants and invasive species, leave no trace principles – and more. The pop-up will foster caring for the marine environment and responsibility to future generations.

Recurring

Marine Education Pop-Up

During the summer of 2022, SWS presents a weekly pop-up educational booth at an Island County Park on Camano or Landing Park in Stanwood offering an opportunity for visitors to learn about the local marine ecosystem. The beach education station is highly portable. Each week we will cover a different theme/topic. Topics include: beach plants and wildflowers and where to find them, identification of clam shows (holes in sand), find the active or former beaver dam, a driftwood story, underwater life as viewed through an underwater ice-fishing camera, importance of proper pet poop disposal, barnacles and other marine life through a microscope, native plants and invasive species, leave no trace principles – and more. The pop-up will foster caring for the marine environment and responsibility to future generations.