Sound Water Stewards—tracking the numbers
We train volunteers to work in and around Island County for a healthy, sustainable marine environment through education, science, and stewardship.
Sound Waters University attendees
Acres of Bull Kelp monitored
How We Help Partner Organizations
Our work with partner organizations helps researchers collect data about the health of our environment and surrounding waters.
The number of traps set across Island County to capture this non-native, harmful species as part of a program with the Washington State Department of Agriculture
Around Island County, we collect samples monthly from beach substrate to look for eggs. Samples are stored in a fixative and sent to Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
How Much We Care as Stewards
Our work in Stewardship helps to remove items that do not belong in our marine ecosystems.