The mission of the Key Peninsula-Gig Harbor-Islands (KGI) Watershed Council is to foster wise stewardship of the KGI Watershed. The Council provides educational programs, outreach, and workshops for watershed residents and encourages the collaboration and involvement of all watershed residents and businesses.
Our KGI Work Plan for 2019 is ready and features plans for several work parties, programs on enhancing watershed native plant canopy, and a good look at how climate change affects our area. The Lu Winsor grant process goes on this spring: accepting applications beginning in March and celebrating the grant-supported work in June. Mark your calendars for upcoming general meetings on April 3 (a night meeting) and June 12.
Attend an upcoming meeting (below) or look for the council at a variety of outreach events this year including:
Annual Cider Swig, benefiting the Lu Winsor Memorial Environmental Grants fund - September 28
Like and follow us on our Facebook page or contact the Chair to get added to our email list if you'd like to get involved.
The Council hosts monthly meetings and an annual retreat. All meetings are open to and welcome the public.
Usually the second Wednesdays of the month from 3:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m. General meetings and Planning meetings rotate each month. If you're interested in attending the KGI Planning meeting, please contact the Chair two weeks prior to the meeting at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Where: Council meetings are held at the Gig Harbor Fire HQ, 10222 Bujacich Rd NW, Gig Harbor WA 98332.
Upcoming Meetings: March 13 General (in place of February mtg)
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