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June 10, 2022
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
We are thrilled to announce that Sound Water Stewards was awarded a grant from Re/Max Community Chest (via Stanwood Camano Area Foundation) in
June 9, 2022
We’re pleased to share this video series highlighting local rain garden and stormwater stewardship efforts – co-produced by Whidbey Conservation District & Snohomish Conservation District
June 9, 2022
With springtime rain and moderate temperatures, vegetation on our islands has been growing like crazy. This includes not only our lawns and gardens but weeds
June 6, 2022
Sound Water Stewards Hires Executive Director News Release: May 15, 2022 Sound Water Stewards is proud to announce the hiring of Judi Sladky as our new Executive
May 9, 2022
Following SWS tradition of alternating islands annually, the 2022 Summer Picnic is hosted by Whidbey. Spouses and families welcome to attend! Location: Deception Pass West Beach
May 5, 2022
County Commissioner Janet St Clair Honored Scott Chase As Sarah Berquist of the WSU Waste Wise program said during the Award presentation, if you have
May 3, 2022
Fort Casey State Park is seeking a grant to add exterior exhibits related to lighthouses and to improve amenities for better accessibility. They seek your
May 2, 2022
Recent meeting recordings are now posted: April 18 – Dr. Ian Miller on “The Elwha River Nearshore 10 Years After Dam Removal: What’s New and Different, and
April 26, 2022
Spring 2022 ‘Most of Saratoga Passage is closed to clam harvests right now due to concerns about Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP). DOH needs more samples in
April 25, 2022
In early March, a man left his Oak Harbor home to walk his dog. During that stroll, he slipped, fell, hit his head, and passed
April 25, 2022
Native Plant Resources and Sales  Native plants are species that originated or evolved in the soils, topography, and climate of western Washington, rather than
April 20, 2022
Sponsored by National Wildlife Habitat via ZOOM The Seattle office of the National Wildlife Federation will be hosting Habitat Stewards Training for folks in Western
April 19, 2022
The public is invited and welcomed to attend this 3-day virtual conference, the Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference featuring presentations by research scientists spanning

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