Sound Water Stewards Training Info Meeting
Sound Water Stewards Offers 2020 Training
Sound Water Stewards (SWS) of Island County seek people who are passionate about marine and shoreline ecology to join the 2020 Class. Sound Water Stewards are trained volunteers working in and around Island County for a healthy, sustainable Puget Sound through education, community outreach, stewardship and citizen science.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2020 Training which consists of 90 hours of expert presentations, guided field trips, and hands-on practice, plus 10 hours of volunteer time. Most classes are held at Cama Beach State Park with educational field trips to places like Stillaguamish Tribe fish hatchery, Tulalip Hibulb Cultural Center and Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve. Training is one day a week for 14 weeks (Thursdays in March-April and September-October) to become a Sound Water Steward.
Interested persons are invited to a public information meeting at the Camano Library [848 N Sunrise Blvd, Camano, WA 98282] on Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 7:00 pm for a short presentation about this quality training program followed by a Q & A. People who are new to Camano find the training and friendships to be especially valuable.
Find details, application form and quotes from the Class of 2019 at http://soundwaterstewards.org/training
Sound Water Stewards is a nonprofit organization serving Island County.