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February 26, 2024 Learn about converting your lawn into a meadow!
FREE event! Must register at the link provided.
February 19, 2024 2024 V.E.T. Town Hall
Want to learn more? Join our Virtual Town Hall where you can ask questions, hear past graduate testimonials, and get a feel for Sound Water
February 19, 2024 Public Video Premiering Octopuses of the Salish Sea from Sound Waters University
Welcome all to our public viewing of, Octopuses of the Salish Sea presented by Joseph Mangiafico from the 30th Sound Waters University. Are you curious
February 12, 2024 Scott Chase named 2024 Coastal Volunteer of the Year
Presented at Sound Waters University, Feb 3, 2024 in Coupeville “Every time I turn around Scott Chase is there: helping plan new beach education events, spearheading Camano 101
February 7, 2024 See Agenda for Sound Toxins Annual Meeting
On Feb 15 and 16, 2024, during all-day sessions at Sound Toxins Annual Meeting, you have the opportunity to learn about plankton, algae, and the health of the
January 26, 2024 Sound Waters University Clock Hours!
Did you know a teacher, student, or military person? They can receive 50% off general admission price! Have them email registerswu@soundwaterstewards.org with the following
December 30, 2023 So Long, Farewell, and See You Soon!
By Joan Schrammeck, outgoing Camano Coordinator Dear Stewards, As 2023 draws to a close and my tenure as Camano Coordinator ends, I want to express my
December 28, 2023 Baby Salmon Live Here. We raised $5500 on GivingTuesday @ SCGive.org
Update: When donations and prizes and a SCAF Board gift are added up, we raised $5500! Thank you to all who donated on Giving Tuesday! Your
December 21, 2023 Camano Sites and Stats
From Joan Schrammeck: I picked up this map at the Camano Chamber of Commerce kiosk at Camano Commons Marketplace (Camano Coffee Roaster). I am delighted
December 19, 2023 Garry Oak Ecosystem Update
December 16, 2023: The team led by Jim Peskuric completed planting all the Native Rhododendrons in the Pacific Rim Institute (PRI) transition areas. Pictured: Kelli Jo Rienke,
December 13, 2023 Bull Kelp Health and Protection
Since 2015, Sound Water Stewards has been coordinating with multiple organizations on boat based surveys of local kelp beds in Island County. Curious to know where
December 12, 2023 In Memoriam – Clyde Miner
February 26, 1935 – November 1, 2021 Clyde passed in late 2021 at about the same time SWS got a new website and changed how we announce the passing of…
December 5, 2023 Garry Oak Ecosystem Restoration Update
Nov 7, 2023: Last week Kelli Jo and Jim Peskuric planted and caged 12 native rhododendrons at Pacific Rim Institute.   Contact Jim Peskuric, SWS Class of 2022, to get&

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