Stillwaters Environmental Center is in Kingston, on the Kitsap Peninsula. We are dedicated to informing and empowering our community to make ecologically responsible decisions. We assist people to achieve sustainability of Earth’s resources – including both humans and our natural environment. We use our Carpenter Creek watershed to teach about the many interactions between the plants, animals and humans that inhabit any ecosystem. We foster action by being a model of sustainability. We teach citizens practical, everyday changes to improve the ecosystems in which they live.
MAY 6TH -- DONATE TO STILLWATERS ON
KITSAP GREAT GIVE -- Kitsap Community Foundation or
GIVE BIG -- the Seattle Foundation
FOR ONE DAY ONLY -- Gifts will be matched from the Donor Pool!
Find us at:
26059 Barber Cut Off Road
Kingston, Washington 98346
Phone: 360-297-1226 Fax: 360-881-0651
UPCOMING STILLWATERS PROGRAMS . . .
FASTER THAN EXPECTED . . .
A Warming Arctic & Shifts in Our Weather
Wednesday, May 7 -- 7:00 pm -- at Kingston Fire Station (26642 Miller Bay Road) -- Read More!
SUMMER NATURE CAMPS -- REGISTRATION OPENS -- Read More!
15th ANNUAL ECOFEST -- Saturday, May 31, 2014 -- 11 am - 3 pm
Read More! Sign up to be a Booth or Entertainment -- Letter & Form
Visit the Carpenter Creek Community Journal
Click here to get an idea of what is happening in the watershed and add your comments, too!
See the March 2014 Newsletter
A review of 2013, including donors, is in our Annual Report.
The Program Flyer lists what is coming up at Stillwaters!
Get more information or Register now for SUMMER NATURE CAMPS -- for children from pre-school to 7th grade.
Polliwogs (ages 4-6) - July 21-14 & Aug 4-7
Nature Camp (grades 1-4) - August 11-14
Eco Science Camp (grades 5-7) - July 14-17
Got some time and energy? Check out here how you might fit in at Stillwaters! Then contact us at 360-297-1226.
Do you like being outdoors, doing meaningful work? More MONITORING VOLUNTEERS are always needed!
Visit our Stillwaters Monitoring Website to learn about the program and how you can get involved.