Yellow bull kelp in green water


August 12, 2022
SWS is a member of the Camano Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber sends a weekly e-news which we share with our
August 5, 2022
SPECIAL INVITATION: You might remember Ed and Joanne Van Patten, past active members of Beach Watchers and the South Whidbey community. Joanne passed in Sept 2019,
August 4, 2022
With sadness and appreciation, we remember two members who recently passed, Greg Bloom and Terry Skorheim, both of Camano Island, both who were very recentlyb
August 4, 2022
In the video below (scroll down), Tabitha explains how to use our new VolunteerMatters website for logging volunteer hours and how to sign up for
August 1, 2022
Sunday 24 July was a glorious day for the annual SWS picnic, this year at Deception Pass State Park’s West Beach Shelter, beach, and picnic
July 25, 2022
Schedule and location of whidbey camano land trust (WCLT) work parties in July 2022
July 22, 2022
See pictures of the newly-mulched baby trees at Freedom Park on Camano Island. Planted in March to honor retired board members of Sound Water Stewards.
July 21, 2022
Whidbey Watershed Stewards is seeking a dynamic leader with experience in and passion for community- based environmental education and a love for enriching experiences for
July 20, 2022
Recorded 7-19-2022 Jerry Borchert, WA Department of Health (WDOH), Marine Biotoxins Program presented this talk via Zoom before the Sound Water Stewards audience. Washington
July 20, 2022
Want to be a part of rockfish management in Washington state? Help Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) rockfish researchers evaluate anglers’ understanding of
July 19, 2022
for centuries before any white people arrived in these parts, local native people lived throughout this region, respecting it, cultivating camas, picking berries, fishing for
July 19, 2022
July 2022 By Lee Badovinus, Whidbey, Class of 2018 If you’ve been following environmental news, you know the planet is in peril. You might be
July 18, 2022
In Two Parts Part 1, by Lee Badovinus, Whidbey, Class of 2018 It is said that Citizen Science is Community Science. This is true from many
July 18, 2022
7-18-2022 Read NOAA’s Marine Debris newsletter with updates on removal of plastic and other debris from around Washington beaches

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