During this COVID-19 time, it’s good to get outside. Fortunately, we in Kitsap County have lots of outside available. So much to be thankful for: forests to meander in, trails to bike on, places where we can gaze at the Puget Sound or sit and read, and beaches where we can identify shells, crabs, ducks,Continue reading “Thanks for the People and Places of our Nature in Kitsap County”
WSU Kitsap Extension publishes an outstanding newsletter with monthly notices of conservation-related education programs, citizen science, and volunteer opportunities. To get on that newsletter, please contact Amy Smalley at email@example.com.
To see details and to register, please go to https://extension.wsu.edu/kitsap/water-stewardship/beach-naturalists/
— the following is pasted from a recent Stream Stewards e-announcement: “If you’re inspired to connect with others to make a difference in the health of our local ecosystems, the Stream Steward training program is for you!