Friday March 29, 7pm
Unitarian Universalist Meeting House
Hwy 525, Freeland
Come and enjoy an evening of stories and songs from well-known Northwest singer and activist Dana Lyons. He has been touring the Northwest from Bellingham to Billings and brings us the news about coal extraction - from ranchers in Montana to small towns along the train route.
He'll also debut a song for Granny, our 100-year-old Orca matriarch, about her experience of sound throughout her long life, and how cargo ships will affect the marine waters around Whidbey. His tour provides an intricate description of coal export impacts and catalyzes public discussion and networking.
This is a family-friendly show. Tickets are $10 (kids free with a parent),and can be purchased in advance at Brown Paper Tickets,
or by calling 800.838.3006. Tickets will also be available at the door.
For more information:
Whidbey Watershed Stewards promotes nearshore and
watershed health by linking water, land, wildlife and
people on Whidbey Island through education, research,
We began in 1994 as the Chums of Maxwelton Salmon Adventure
- a group of teachers joined with others to provide
outdoor Environmental Education for elementary school
students in the South Whidbey School District.
MSA quickly grew to working with the community and
other agencies to Restore Salmon runs to the Maxwelton
Watershed on Whidbey Island, and encouraged Watershed
Stewardship through habitat restoration and individual
Our mission expanded in 2006 and we became Whidbey
Watershed Stewards, recognizing that we want to promote
the health and vitality of all of South Whidbey's watersheds
and nearshore for the people and environment of Puget