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Sound Water Stewards Monthly Member Meeting | University of Washington Underwater Remote Operated Vehicle Team

March 14 @ 10:00 am 12:00 pm

Join us for our Sound Water Stewards monthly member meeting with the University of Washington’s Underwater Remote Operated Vehicle Team (UW ROV). We are excited to have the UW ROV team talk about their Remote Operated Vehicle they are building. They will be competing with for the MATE ROV competition. The MATE ROV Competition uses remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) to inspire and challenge students! Students learn and creatively apply science, technology, and math (STEM) to solve real-world problems and strengthen their critical thinking, collaboration, entrepreneurship, and innovation.

The UW ROV team will design, build, and compete with underwater robots in the international MATE ROV Competition. Sound Water Stewards are working with the team for possibilities of seeing the ROV in person, in action in the name of science and outreach education in the spring/summer. *Stay tuned for more details.

March 14 agenda:
10 am to 10:30 am: Sound Water Stewards Organizational Announcements
10:30 am- 11:30 am University of Washington Underwater Remote Operated Vehicle Team (UW ROV) Presentation
11:30 am- 12:30 pm: Breakout Rooms for Camano Meeting and Whidbey (social)


Register Here

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcvd–tpjwpHtwndqxiftscTDioLXSPyJIp

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.


Camano Members Meeting Agenda, 3/14/2022, at 11:30 am until about 12:15 pm

Camano agenda below as PDF

Scott Chase, Facilitator

  1. May 11 – IN-PERSON Meet n Greet / Volunteer Fair & Social Time – at Cama Great Room, with coffee, tea, potluck treats, orange juice.
    • Schedule: Wed, May 11: Setup at 9 am, Fair at 10 am (no formal presentation)
    • Steering Committee will bring refreshments
    • All Leads: please plan to have a booth whether or not you currently need volunteers. The idea is to share what you’re doing and talk with members. Every project, committee or activity doing work in 2022 should have a table to sign people up and talk about what you do. Find the Leads List here: https://soundwaterstewards.org/volunteer-portal/volunteer-basics-communication/
  2. Spotlight on one project – Intertidal Monitoring 2022 Dates & Plans – Dave Brubaker
    • The Steering Committee decided that we’d like to do a longer spotlight on one project each month at our regular monthly meetings. Last time John Mathis talked about Green Crab Team. This time we hear from Dave Brubaker.
  3. Do Any Other Projects Offer Immediate Volunteer Opportunities?
  4. Announcements / Quick Reports
    • Tree Watering – Sign up for watering – Gaylen –
      • Daily for first 2 weeks
      • Then whenever trees seem dry or if there has been no rain
    • Seining for Juvenile Salmon (Leque, zis a ba) – NEW – Joan Schrammeck – did you see fabulous Everett Herald article?  SWS volunteers start in April
    • State Parks – Jeff Wheeler – Montana is leaving
    • Camano 101 – at Camano Center – Sat Sep 24, 1 to 4 pm – Scott Chase
    • LEP – John Radzewich
    • GTWE re-printing has been ordered, not sure yet when they will arrive
    • See the newsletter – https://mailchi.mp/soundwaterstewards/2022-february
      includes how to login to Volunteer Portal for Members-Only and what is different when you are inside the Portal (hints: news, calendar, Portal Menu)
    • VET Class of 2022 – everyone can attend every lecture, starting 3/24! Joan give update
    • Other Announcements?  

Find phone/email for all members – inside Volunteer Portal on SWS new website
https://soundwaterstewards.org/volunteer-portal/member-directory/