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Honoring Our Home

We all love Whidbey for its natural beauty. Let's work together to keep it this way.

Education

Organizations throughout Whidbey hold free or low-cost events to spread awareness or help the community gain skills to improve our local ecosystems.

community

We gather together to learn, grow, and honor our great home. Whether you’re an experienced veteran or just venturing into this work, you’ll find a place here.

action

The true heart of Earth & Ocean Month is forward momentum. Work parties, political action, and hands-on opportunities are available to get your hands dirty.

Honoring Our Home

We all love Whidbey for its natural beauty. Let's work together to keep it this way.

EDUCATION

Organizations throughout Whidbey hold free or low-cost events to spread awareness or help the community gain skills to improve our local ecosystems.

Community

We gather together to learn, grow, and honor our great home. Whether you’re an experienced veteran or just venturing into this work, you’ll find a place here.

Action

The true heart of Earth & Ocean Month is forward momentum. Work parties, political action, and hands-on opportunities are available to get your hands dirty.

Events

There are more than 40 events happening all over Whidbey.

Welcome to

Whidbey Earth & Ocean Month

In 2006, a group of environmentally concerned artists and community members began meeting at the Bayview Cash Store on South Whibey Island to discuss organizing a community art show to commemorate Earth Day, observed annually all over the world on April 22.

 

Each year, more events were added and today Earth Day is celebrated during the whole month of April as Whidbey Earth and Ocean Month.

 

Earth & Ocean Month activities are open to all ages, political backgrounds, and experience levels. If you’re interested and willing to get your hands a bit dirty, take a look at our events calendar for upcoming opportunities.

Welcome to

Whidbey Earth & Ocean Month

In 2006, a group of environmentally concerned artists and community members began meeting at the Bayview Cash Store on South Whibey Island to discuss organizing a community art show to commemorate Earth Day, observed annually all over the world on April 22.

 

Each year, more events were added and today Earth Day is celebrated during the whole month of April as Whidbey Earth and Ocean Month.

 

Earth & Ocean Month activities are open to all ages, political backgrounds, and experience levels. If you’re interested and willing to get your hands a bit dirty, take a look at our events calendar for upcoming opportunities.

Thanks to the Strategy Team

Whidbey Earth & Ocean Month wouldn’t be possible without the hard work, creativity, and organization of our strategy team members.

Sarah Bergquist, WSU Waste Wise

Cindy Hansen, Orca Network