Help Preserve Habitat for Wildlife!
Work parties on 1st and 3rd Fridays,
10 am - noon, and some Saturdays.
Habitat Stewards are an essential
part of meeting our goal to protect
the health of Whidbey Island watersheds
and Puget Sound.
Work together on sites we steward or
restored. Learn about native plants use,
creekside management, and more.
Contact Robin Clark for
360-579-1272 or email
newsletter, published Spring and Fall, is available
here, by e-mail or snail mail.
Spring 2012 Newsletter
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The Maxwelton Outdoor Classroom
is an official EarthCache site!
- under the name A Relevant Rivulet. Visitors
can answer questions from our Trail Brochure and
log the sighting with a photo. For more information,
Young People Ecology
Join our talented crew of Outdoor Classroom
teachers helping grades 1-5 learn about the environment
through hands-on activities.
Our next session will be in April-May 2013. Students (and volunteers) will learn about Birds in the Ecosystem through interactive lessons on how and what they eat, how they make their nests, and how to identify birds by their songs.
- Spring Volunteer Training:
- April date TBA, 9:30 am - 2 pm
At Maxwelton Outdoor Classroom
See directions below. Lunch is provided.
Classes are held morning and early afternoon.
Volunteers are asked to teach a lesson once a
week during the season. You'll work with other
volunteers and our terrific teacher/coordinator,
Call 360-579-1272 or
email to sign up for volunteer training or
to book a school visit.
|Directions to Maxwelton
Outdoor Classroom in Clinton, WA:
- From Hwy 525, go west
(toward beach) on Maxwelton Road at the
traffic light and follow for about 3 miles.
- Parking lot is on the
left, just after the second sign for Erikson
Road. Look for wood sculpture of salmon.
- The Island Transit
bus line #8 (Scatchet Head) goes right
past the classroom on its way from either
the ferry or Langley. Catch a free ride!