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April 25, 2022 Remembering Dr. Mahmoud Abdel-Monem
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 April is Native Plant Appreciation Month
Native Plant Resources and Sales  Native plants are species that originated or evolved in the soils, topography, and climate of western Washington, rather than
NWF Habitat Steward Training may 2022
April 20, 2022 Habitat Stewards Training
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
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April 19, 2022 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference
The public is invited and welcomed to attend this 3-day virtual conference, the Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference featuring presentations by research scientists spanning
April 12, 2022 Backyard Harmony
Posted 4-9-2022 in Naturalist Corner Who doesn’t love a sale? A native plant sale, that is. I confess to not having given much
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April 9, 2022 Board Members’ Lasting Impact
Sound Water Stewards is a strong organization today because of the board members who donated countless hours in science, stewardship education and Board
April 9, 2022 April Newsletter
The April Beach Log was sent today. Here it is: https://mailchi.mp/soundwaterstewards/2022-april If you didn’t receive it in your inbox, please
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April 8, 2022 Meet Nancy Neudecker
Volunteer Profile Nancy Neudecker, SWS Class of 2018, of Clinton, WA and Naples, FL Nancy is one of our most enthusiastic and organized volunteers. She is

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