To actively pursue projects and actions that will protect and improve the condition of Bainbridge Island’s watersheds, shorelines, and related wildlife habitats through volunteer stewardship, educational outreach, and advising the city government on key issues.
The Watershed Council is an all-volunteer group of citizens committed to protecting our watersheds and educating our community about the importance of watershed protection and restoration. Meetings occur every other month at the Marge Williams Center, where project interests and activities are planned and discussed.
March 2017: Murden Cove Watershed Sign Unveiling at Sakai Intermediate School
Salmon Data is in for 2016!
Water Typing: A close look into Bainbridge streams and watersheds from the Wild Fish Conservancy
Mussel Biomonitoring commences with Beach Naturalists and Department of Ecology
Locally produced videos showcase watershed processes and protection Kitsap County.
Help us See-Click-Fix Water Quality Issues
Watershed Council Partners in Nutrient and Bacteria Reduction Program for Murden Cove Watershed
Please see our Meetings page for more information about our regular meetings.
You can reach us via our Contact Us page
The Bainbridge Island Watershed Council is a member of the Sustainable Bainbridge Tent of Bainbridge Island organizations committed to environmental, economic and social sustainability for our Island.