Val Veirs Retires from the Board

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After some 8-10 years on the Board of the San Juan Nature Institute, Val has stepped down and he hopes that the future holds opportunities for the Institute to continue and increase its role in helping citizens of all ages … Read More

Eyes on the Beach, Boots in the Mud

Join    the    Crab    Team:    Help    Monitor    and Protect    Washington’s    Pocket    Estuaries Washington’s salt marshes and pocket estuaries are diverse and productive habitats, currently facing potential invasion by European green crabs (Carcinus maenas). Often listed among the world’s most problematic invasive … Read More

It takes a Village

On Monday November 23rd, the third grade class from Orcas Elementary School, accompanied by teachers, instructors from San Juan Nature Institute and a few parents, set off to see the return of the Kokanee at Cascade Lake. It was a … Read More

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