Sound Water Stewards are trained volunteers working in and around Island County for a healthy, sustainable Puget Sound environment through education, citizen science and stewardship.
- Getting to the Water’s Edge guide book, published by SWS in 2020, is available now for $20 in stores and direct from Sound Water Stewards online.
- Sign up now to join Intertidal Monitoring on Whidbey or Camano – for experienced SWS only
- Join the SWS Team for Earth Month 2021 Eco-Challenge
- Stewards are needed for Beach Cleanups – sign up here
- NEW: Covid-19 Prevention Plan and Beach Safety Checklist for SWS
- See original Educational Videos – made by SWS. These include the new MyCoast App training. Please share with people who love the beach.
- If you attended Sound Waters University on Saturday, Feb 6, you should have received an email explaining where to view the recorded sessions. (If you haven’t gotten it, try looking in your spam folder.)
- Karis Barnes is named 2021 Jan Holmes Coastal Volunteer of the Year.
- Read the SWS 2020 Annual Report.
- View recent newsletters and sign up to receive our quarterly newsletter, “Beach Log.”
- Find recordings of presentations at past member meetings
- More videos are found on SWS Vimeo Channel
- Learn about Sound Water Stewards by watching this video:
Sound Water Stewards of Island County is a non-profit supported by contributions from individuals, community businesses, community partnerships, special events and grants from the Lighthouse Environmental Programs.
When you buy this license plate, proceeds benefit SWS and other environmental programs in Island County. Get yours today!