WEST SOUND CONSERVATION COUNCIL’S HISTORY

WEST SOUND CONSERVATION COUNCIL’S HISTORY: PEOPLE ENGAGED FOR THE ENVIRONMENT OF THE WEST SOUND OF THE SALISH SEA 5 April 2021 The environmental advocacy group West Sound Conservation Council (WSCC) is closing its metaphorical doors this year because many of its members have moved on to other projects or entered other phases of life. TheyContinue reading “WEST SOUND CONSERVATION COUNCIL’S HISTORY”

Protecting the Port Gamble Heritage Forest

West Sound Conservation Council (now disbanded as a formal organization) was one of the founders of the Kitsap Forest & Bay Coalition, the group that brought the now-conserved Port Gamble Heritage Forest into being. The Coalition expanded far beyond WSCC’s early involvement to become the decade-long, multi-group, many-volunteers organization that—under Great Peninsula Conservancy’s leadership—advertised, recruited,Continue reading “Protecting the Port Gamble Heritage Forest”

Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park Master Plan, 16 March 2021, 6:30 p.m.

The following is a 14 Mar. 2021 email notice from Don Willott, a member of the steering committee for the Master Plan of the Park. He asked that this information be shared with others who might like to participate: “Help develop the excellent plan our community deserves.  Please share with others who might like toContinue reading “Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park Master Plan, 16 March 2021, 6:30 p.m.”

Kitsap County Shoreline Master Program Review starts 17 Dec. 2020

Do you want to have a say in whether the Kitsap Shoreline is developed or kept natural? You can affect what direction it goes by participating in the Shoreline Master Program update, which starts 17 Dec. 2020 (and then occur on the 3rd Thursday of each month). From the Kitsap County Kitsap County Department ofContinue reading “Kitsap County Shoreline Master Program Review starts 17 Dec. 2020”

Kitsap Audubon at Advocacy Day

Several of us from Kitsap Audubon Society met today with our representatives. We had wonderful talks with Senator Christine Rolfes and Representative Drew Hansen of the 23rd Legislative District about Washington Audubon’s legislative priorities for 2021—which are to ensure the budget continues to protect habitat and species and that programs are instituted to fight theContinue reading “Kitsap Audubon at Advocacy Day”