Join Friends of Skagit Beaches - we'll welcome you with open arms!
You can help us continue our work by becoming a member of Friends of Skagit Beaches. Members will receive our annual report newsletter and are invited to attend our annual meeting held in January.
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Your donations are put to work on a wide variety of volunteer project and in programs that educate the public on how they can enjoy local beaches while being good stewards of our marine treasures. Your donations support our efforts to protect this special place for our children and grandchildren.
We also encourage you to get involved with our partner organization, the Coastal Volunteer Partnership at Padilla Bay.
Shop for a cause
Friends is now a registered charity with the Amazon Smile Foundation. When you shop at the Amazon Smile site, select Friends of Skagit Beaches as the charity you want to support. A small percentage of your purchase will be donated to our nonprofit. Encourage your friends to participate - it's an easy way to support us and those small percents can add up fast!
Sign up to support us at https://smile.amazon.com/ch/26-3040713.
Learn more about the marine treasures and fragile ecology of Puget Sound and do what you can to become a good steward of Skagit County's marine ecosystems and watersheds. Did you know that the Puget Sound is part of a large inland sea called the Salish Sea. This inland sea is managed by the United States, Canada, and First Nations tribes living along its shores through an international agreement.
Learn more about the Salish Sea and other interesting topics at our Fidalgo Shoreline Academy, a one-day symposium and day of learning for everyone. Subject matter experts share their knowledge about a variety of fascinating subjects including science, history, culture, marine ecosystems, and more.
Sign up for training opportunities in Skagit County like our Trail Tales program, the Skagit Marine Resources Committee's Salish Sea Stewards, adult education programs, or volunteer with the Coastal Volunteer Partnership at Padilla Bay.
Sign up for our quarterly newsletter to follow other news about Friends activities, Trail Tales programs, featured articles, and event information.
Opportunities for volunteers to help protect, restore and study our local marine shorelines, waters, and watersheds abound here in Skagit County. What's your passion? You can join a citizen's stewardship committee to protect local ecosystems, get involved in citizen science projects working with scientists and other organizations gathering important research data, help monitor the condition and health of local shorelines or watersheds, help educate the public on the wonders of our local marine treasures and how they can protect them, or help restore critical habitat areas. Sign up with one of the volunteer training programs listed above or contact us to find out how you can get involved!