Skagit County, A Place of Beauty
The Skagit is a place of incredible beauty, amazing people, and abundant natural resources. At Skagit Watershed Council, we believe that a healthy community contributes to protecting what it loves – its natural beauty and resource, its cultural richness and history, its people, and its future.
Learn more by checking out the Our Skagit River Watershed story map, available in Spanish.
Cold streams are crucial to protecting salmon and the wildlife that depend on them, including orcas. To help raise awareness of Skagit Valley’s warming waters, we’ve created four educational videos.
Come learn about the mysterious burrowing octopus, Muusoctopus leioderma, and its impact on Burrows Bay.
This program is the third in a series of events that PTMSC is co-producing with the Jefferson Co. Marine Resources Committee. It was presented via Zoom webin...
Skagit County’s Natural Resources Division is seeking a Outreach & Education Specialist to support outreach, communication, and program implementation and development for our environmental programs and projects. This position supports outreach and communication for environmental programs and proje...
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