Yellow bull kelp in green water


Bluff on the Water
June 20, 2022 You Have at Least One of these Items to Make a Difference on the Beach.
Sound Water Stewards teams up with Whidbey Weekly to write articles on Making a Difference. This June 16 – June 22, 2022 article was written by Tabitha Jacobs-Mangiafico.
Tina, pop-up, Barnum Point
June 16, 2022 Marine Ed Pop-Up Schedule
One day each week, retired State Parks Interpreter Tina Dinzl-Pederson, assisted by Sound Water Stewards’ members, brings a highly portable pop-up educational booth to a
sound waves june 2022
June 14, 2022 June 2022 Sound Waves
Find the entire Sound Water Stewards e-newsletter online at Contents include lots of opportunities for Stewards: low-tide beach walks, pop-up
Allie with house under construction
June 11, 2022 Allie’s Announcement
Hi Stewards! At the end of June, I will be promoted to volunteer! In my “other” job, I have been transferred by
June 10, 2022 Local Stormwater Steward Video Series
We’re so pleased to share this video series highlighting local rain garden and stormwater stewardship efforts – co-produced by Whidbey Conservation District & Snohomish Conservation
stormwater monitoring
June 10, 2022 New Project? Help Monitor Stormwater?
Are you interested in Stormwater Monitoring? SWS Community Science Committee is reviewing possible involvement in an ongoing project under the lead of Friends of Skagit
June 10, 2022 Camano Pop-Ups Start in June
We are thrilled to announce that Sound Water Stewards was awarded a grant from Re/Max Community Chest (via Stanwood Camano Area Foundation) in
volunteer matters login
June 9, 2022 How to Log Hours In Volunteer Matters
In this video, Tabitha explains how to use our new “Volunteer Matters” website for logging volunteer hours and signing up to work on projects. Future

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