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Protect Orcas & Pollinators in a Rain Garden

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ORGANIZATION: Whidbey Island Conservation District

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Join us for a hands on opportunity to learn about Rain Gardens and how they can impact wildlife for Orca Recovery Day! We will be working on the mature rain gardens at Coupeville Library to thin plants which have become dominant over time, remove weeds, and transplant in new plant species which benefit both the rain garden impacts and pollinator habitat!

You will learn about the basics of designing a rain garden, the maintenance required over time, plants for pollinator habitat, and how rain gardens filter storm water run off and help support our marine environments, including Orcas!

Please dress for the weather, wear sturdy shoes, and be prepared to get dirty. We will provide a limited number of tools and gloves, so if you have your own to bring that would be great!

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About Whidbey Island Conservation District


1 4th St NE, Coupeville, WA 98239, US

Mission Statement

Promoting natural resource stewardship and resilient ecosystems for present and future generations.


Whidbey Island Conservation District has been a leader for over 50 years in natural resource conservation education and technical assistance to Whidbey Island residents. We provide localized knowledge, educational resources, and financial assistance to our community. Conservation districts are non-regulatory, boots-on-the-ground providers of expertise, education, and resources. District staff assess your specific needs on an individual basis, make stewardship recommendations and help fund appropriate solutions.

​As political sub-divisions of state government, conservation districts provide resources and programs that are voluntary and incentive-based, and available to all interested landowners and residents that live on Whidbey Island.


Community, Environment


Sat Oct 15, 2022
10:00 AM - 02:00 PM


788 Northwest Alexander StreetCoupeville, WA 98239




  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+


  • This opportunity is 4 hours, but if you are not able to attend the whole session or would like to leave early for another Orca Recovery Day event, we just ask that you are able to join for the first 2 hours.

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