Sound Water Stewards (formerly Island County Beach Watchers) – sharing information in our 25th year
Remembering Grace Hilliard -
Our Beach Watchers/Sound Water Stewards community has lost another fine volunteer, Grace Hilliard, BW class of 1994. ... Anyone who met Grace was graced by her cheerful smile, her infectious giggle, and her generous heart.
Coupeville Wharf Update - December 2015 -
Visitors to the Coupeville Wharf display can now view wonderful images of what Rosie, Salty, and Rudy might have looked like 'in the flesh', in addition to seeing their skeletons suspended from the ceiling.
Eugene Thrasher -
Beloved Beach Watcher Eugene Thrasher, class of 1999, passed away on November 28, 2015. Eugene (aka E.T.) was well-known for “Digging for Dinner” ...
Monitoring for Invasive European Green Crab -
Learn about the pilot study for this important new citizen science project with Washington Sea Grant and UW; training is scheduled for early 2016.
The Fort Casey Scene -
Yummy styrofoam ? -- learn about education outreach efforts at Fort Casey with an emphasis on environmental stewardship and gaining a sense of appreciation for the dynamic forces that shape the Headland and provide homes for countless life forms.
Island County Beach Watchers IS changing -
By the end of 2015, with the support of WSU, we will become our own independent, non-profit, self-controlled organization and will no longer be a program under WSU Extension. Find out what will be the same, and what will be different.
FUNdraising at its Finest -
-- great food, friends, wine and weather!
What are you good at ? What do you enjoy doing ? -
As we celebrate 25 years, it is about time we capture some of that information.
Articles Wanted -
... writers, photographers, editors ... We need YOUR input to make these pages INTERESTING !!!
Class of 2015 @ Padilla Bay -
- exploring the mud flats at low tide ...
Twenty Years of Sound Waters -
- take a tour of the delightful kiosk displays that illustrate Sound Waters over the years.