The Carpenter Creek Estuary
has always been a part of the landscape that we now call Kitsap County.
Thanks to the vision of a couple of curious & caring founders twenty years ago, the estuary is coming back to life.
Listening to the land reveals in little ways each year the vital role our watershed has to play in the ecosystem, and in the future of our local Kingston community.
The Stillwaters Community -- our tireless citizen scientists, with a small board & tiny staff -- looks forward to the secrets it will reveal over the next twenty years of resource stewardship.
We hope you'll join us.
Change is our Choice: Creating Climate Solutions" Discussion Series with Stillwaters
Get on the list now to save your place in this popular Sustainability Discussion Course with Stillwaters. Classes are being scheduled for Thursday evenings in October at 7 pm. This 5-week course is from the Northwest Earth Institute. The registration cost includes your course book. Cost will be $35 for one, and $45 for two from the same household (sharing a book). Reserve your space by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (360)297-1226.