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.
SWS Original Educational Videos
Rain Shadow Explorers – first in a series
It’s March – The Grays Are Arriving (Gray Whales that is)
Leque Island – Stillaguamish River Estuary Restoration of Salmon Habitat with Loren Brokaw, WA Dept of Fish and Wildlife
The Lives of Salmon
The Sea Star
The Moon Snail
A Problem with PPE Litter
Hiking Close to Home – a conversation with the authors of a local hiking guide, 2020 Edition, for Whidbey, Figalgo and Guemes Islands – Maribeth Crandell and Jack Hartt
Getting to the Water’s Edge, guide book published by Sound Water Stewards in 2020
How to Use the MyCoast App (download to your mobile device)
First Day of the Year 2021 Virtual Hike at Fort Casey State Park
Thank You to Whidbey Community Foundation
Learn About the Annual Training to Become a Sound Water Steward
Estuary Soup – an educational activity for kids to learn what an estuary is – demonstrated here by Elaine Chan, an environmental educator and SWS Member
If you have ideas for topics for future educational videos, OR if you would like to star in one, please contact Allie Hudec, Education Coordinator via email.
South Whidbey State Parks & Sound Water Stewards invite you to send pictures – this video was created in the summer of 2020 when the parks were beginning to re-open after the original covid-19 “stay home stay healthy” order.
SWS Members have private access to recorded zoom presentations before the SWS audience at https://soundwaterstewards.org/web/2020-training/ (get the vimeo password from your island coordinator)
See also the Sound Water Stewards vimeo channel