There are many ways to contribute to this grand adventure in watershed care – whether it’s with time and talents, physical labor, networking, or financial donations.
You can participate with us in many ways, here are just some of our opportunities:
- Be a teaching assistant or parent volunteer at the Outdoor Classroom in Spring and Fall. Encourage a class or group to sign-up for a lesson.
- Help create wildlife and fish habitat at one of our restoration sites – Become a Habitat Steward!
- Volunteer on a citizen science project – smolt and spawning counts, kelp research at the Smith & Minor Islands Aquatic Reserve.
- Help lead a group of students in a service learning event.
- Join a Task Force to plan and execute a special event, fundraiser, or project. Or help us write a successful grant application!
- Help out in the office with mailings, newsletters, and organizing.
- Explore membership on our Board of Directors.
- Invite us to make a presentation on watershed stewardship – everyone lives in a watershed.
- Buy a Maxwelton Watershed history book that covers glaciers to Native Americans to present time. Learn why it’s called “Maxwelton”!
- Make a financial donation – either at a fundraiser, by mail or online through Network for Good.
2015 Whidbey Watershed Stewards – Committee Meetings
Please consider sitting in at a regularly scheduled Whidbey Watershed Stewards Committee Meeting that meets your specific interest. Kindly let us know you’ll attend by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or to inquire about details on any specific upcoming meeting:
|Committee Name||Committee Objectives||Chairperson||Typical Meeting Day and Time|
||Marie Bergstrom||2nd Mondays at 6:30 pm; place TBA|
||Amy McInerney||3rd Thursdays at 4pm; Bayview Taproom|