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Freeland Park at Holmes Harbor - by Jennifer Sand
January 18, 2023 January King Tides Are Coming
A combination of exceptionally high tides (also known as king tides), low barometric pressure, and heavy rains brought some of the worst flooding to Island
January 18, 2023 Steward the Water
On March 16, 11 am to 1 pm, Kathryn Wells of Camano Island, who works for the Snohomish Conservation District. Kathryn will share landscaping and water storage ideas
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January 17, 2023 SWU in Whidbey Weekly
Sound Waters University 2023 was featured in the Jan 5 issue of the Whidbey Weekly. Tabitha was interviewed and does a great job of focusing on what
January 12, 2023 “Deep Dive Below” video is posted
Joe Mangiafico\’s \”Deep Dive Below the Surface of Whidbey Island\” is now posted
January 7, 2023 Just Out: 2019-2020 WDFW-SAM Puget Sound Nearshore Mussel Monitoring report
the 2019-2020 WDFW-SAM Puget Sound Nearshore Mussel Monitoring report is out. Available for download from our WDFW publications website:
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January 7, 2023 Celebrating Sandy D.
A Memorial gathering for Sandy Dubpernell (Beach Watchers class of 1993) will be on January 26th, 2023 from 2-4pm at the Nordic Hall in Coupeville. January 26
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January 4, 2023 January Sound Waves is posted
Read the January newsletter that serves Sound Water Stewards members. Sound Waves announces upcoming meetings and events and keeps you connected to Sound Water Stewards
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January 3, 2023 Winter Means King Tides
The next local King Tides occur January 22, 23, 24, 2023. We urge you to prepare to document the high tides by downloading MyCoastApp to your mobile device and
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December 30, 2022 Book Lover’s Bus Tour
Visit Camano and Stanwood Libraries, the Wits End bookstore and meet local author, Deb Swenson, on this free Ride with a Guide bus tour on
December 28, 2022 SWU Registration is Open for 2023
Sound Waters University 2023 registration is open. Learn about the classes, speakers and field trips for February 4 and other early February 2023 dates. Early bird rate ends
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December 27, 2022 In Memoriam: Bob Tushinski, Class of 2016
With sadness, we share the news of the passing of Robert (Bob) Tushinski, Class of 2016, who was an SWS Board Member (2018-2020), Camano Steering Committee
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December 22, 2022 Garry Oak Restoration: An Ecological Lifeboat in a Changing Climate
On Jan 17 at 6:30 pm, Robert Steelquist will present He is a Sequim-based naturalist, writer, photographer and environmental educator. His experience and interest in Garry oaks
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December 19, 2022 Giant Hornet Update for Nov 2022
NORTHERN GIANT HORNET STAKEHOLDER UPDATE #22.11 – DECEMBER 6, 2022 CITIZEN SCIENTIST TRAPPING UPDATE Citizen Scientist Trapping Ends: Citizen trapping ended November 30! You can empty your trap(s) and
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December 14, 2022 In Memoriam: Dick Johnson (W)
Born of a Swedish immigrant father and a Canadian immigrant mother of Norwegian/Swedish descent, Richard Arild Johnson (Dick) was born in Seattle, WA on

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