Yellow bull kelp in green water


February 22, 2022
Essay and Photos by Lucienne Miodonski, SWS Class of 2021 It started gradually. First a hummingbird feeder. Then a second one. Winter came so I bought
February 22, 2022
Stewardship Column We love our dogs so much that there are an estimated 90 million dogs in the US! As Sound Water Stewards, we often hear
February 19, 2022
Frances Wood leader of the Pigeon Guillemot Breeding Survey is well deserved in winning the Jan Holmes award for 2022. What is the Jan Holmes Island
February 18, 2022
To our Sponsors, Presenters, Registrants, Donors & Exhibitors Thank you! Sound Waters University 28th year was a tremendous success! Field trips were new this year
February 17, 2022
Presented 2-14-2022 to SWS The recording of our February Monthly Meeting speaker is below “Northwest Straits Foundation and Initiative: A Community Approach to Restoration
February 16, 2022
The deadline to apply for Annual Training in 2022 is rapidly approaching; apply by March 1. Tell your friends! If you missed the event on Feb 10, 2022 to
February 15, 2022
For January, we are the local charitable organization selected by The Goose Community Grocer in Langley to receive Round-Up donations. Every month, The Goose selects
February 13, 2022
Learn Sea Kayaking skills with The Mountaineers. There is just ONE class a year and I believe only 16 or so students in the Everett Class.
January 26, 2022
Follow the links to see SWS featured in local news articles
January 25, 2022
The Winter 2022 edition of Beach Log, SWS Quarterly e-newsletter to members, friends, allies, partners, interested persons (about 2000 in all) was sent this morning via Mail
January 24, 2022
Turning Plastic Rope Found on WA Beaches into Crab Gauges read the news article here:
January 23, 2022
He is a photographer, craftsman of miniatures, painter, and will soon begin restoring a wooden Poulsbo-style dory. She is artist weaving fabrics on her loom
January 22, 2022
Sound Waters University | Hope in Action | Feb 5 | 8:30 am to 3:15 pm Two Keynotes Lynda V. Mapes, lead environmental reporter at The Seattle Times, author
January 22, 2022
Consider this. The opossum (Didelphis virginiana) eats approximately 5,000 ticks a season, helping to save humans and their pets from Lyme disease and other tick-borne diseases.

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