Learn how the water flows, how you can make a difference, from a watershed expert. In the Pacific Northwest, all water flows through pervious surfaces, to groundwater, in aquifers, and ultimately to the Salish Sea by way of watersheds, also known as natural drainage basins. In fact, the only boundaries to water are elevation gains & impervious surfaces. It is here that we usually find dissonance between neighbors, be that human neighbor, or local plants & wildlife. This is because water is a resource that humans, plants, & animals need. Finding a balance between human growth, development, and the rest of the ecosystem can be challenging, particularly in a changing climate. Watersheds provide a comprehensive framework for land use planning; this is an opportunity to walk and talk with a Watershed Planner. Focusing along the Iverson Trail on Camano Island, we will see how our choices with water upland in the Big Trees, impact our lives in the Salish Sea, and what we might be able to do about it.