Farmers Market and Garden: South Whidbey Tilthedit
(Whidbey, website) http://www.southwhidbeytilth.org/garden.html South Whidbey Tilth Garden
Gardening space is available for people in the community. There is also a demonstration garden that is evolving. In 2000, we conducted an heirloom seed research project. We also have gardening educational materials that can be loaned.
(Whidbey, website) http://www.goosefoot.org/whatsgoosefoot.html One of the best things about living on South Whidbey Island is that close-knit feeling of a rural community that we all enjoy. It’s a feeling that has to do with belonging, with sharing values, and with being comfortable in our beautiful surroundings. It was that special
sense of South Whidbey community—and a strong desire to preserve it—that gave birth
(Puget Sound, website) http://www.orcanetwork.org/Main/index.php?categories_file=Strandings The Central Puget Sound Marine Mammal Stranding Network (CPSMMSN) is a partnership between WSU Beach Watchers, the Orca Network, wildlife veterinarians and biologists under the auspices of the National Marine Fisheries Service. The Network is part of the regional stranding network established by the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Agency (NOAA)/NMFS under the marine Mammal Protection Act.
(Whidbey, website) http://www.whidbeywatersheds.org/outdoor_classroom.html Since the opening of the Outdoor Classroom in 1997, MSA and Whidbey Watershed Stewards have maintained a steady program of K-5 lessons in spring and fall sessions. Each lesson uses one of our staff teachers and two volunteer assistants trained by us, plus parent volunteers brought by the classroom teacher.
(Island County, website) http://www.islandcountyeh.org/page/98 Island County Health has provided a great resource with links to their Septic 101 class and answers to other important septic ownership questions.
(Whidbey, website) http://wa.water.usgs.gov/water_issues/avail.htm USGS Washington Water Science Center explains the issues surrounding water availability with great links to ongoing projects, educational resources and scientific data.
(Whidbey, website) http://www.wclt.org/get-involved/ From work parties to guided tours to becoming a member, there are numerous ways you and your family can become involved with the Whidbey Camano Land Trust.
(Island County, website) http://www.beachwatchers.wsu.edu/island/ We hope you share our passion for these beautiful islands and will join us to understand, value, and protect Island County's priceless marine environment.