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Coronavirus COVID-19

COVID-19 Advisory: WSU Extension is working to keep our communities safe. Our office at 406 N. Main Street in Coupeville is open to the public, however, all visitors regardless of vaccine status must wear an approved facemask in the office. The conference room is currently closed to all outside groups. WSU programs may use the conference room but must maintain 6 feet distance and all participants must wear approved face-coverings.

Natural Resources

Program Contact: Timothy Lawrence
(360) 639-6061 •

Island County, located in the heart of the Puget Sound, consists of 210 square miles of land, 310 square miles of marine habitat, and 360 miles of shoreline. The diversity of ecosystems includes grasslands, forests, estuaries, wetlands, shoreline, and streams. WSU Extension supports numerous environmental education, research, and stewardship programs including Master Naturalists, Shore Stewards, Forest Stewardship, Waste Wise, and a Weathernet program. We welcome you to explore various Natural Resource web pages hosted by WSU Extension – Island County and contact us if you want to become involved in these programs or want additional information.