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Name:

Erika
Lynde

Phone:

617-820-0973

Email:

[email protected]

Address:

14320 63rd Ave
Edmonds, WA
98026

List Interests / Hobbies:

Herbalist, artist, yogi, hiking, animals, foraging, fitness, gardening, boats, astrology, native land protection, space

 

Degrees / Certificates:

1st year apprenticeship in herbalism

 

Places you love in Snohomish County:

I’m actually new to the area but I’ve fallen in love with the sound and walking it’s beaches.

 

Activities of Interest:

Educate the Public at Local Festivals, Restore local habitats, Write Articles for Various Media, Give talks at local beaches or in schools, Photograph or Draw Marine Environments, Lead Beach and Nature walks, Lead Preschool Story Times

 

Days not available for training:

Maybe next year? I’m very very interested!!!

 

Why do you want to become a Beach Watcher:

I’m a stay at home mom who has tried many things to do outside the home. I alway come back to the earth and nature and how I can be of service to it. I love this planet and I want to be apart in saving it.

 

Experience as a Volunteer:

Organization: Growing things
Years Involved: 3
Role: Garden guru
Description: I would teach at a community garden how to grow your own food. I mostly worked with family’s and did really well with children and keeping their attention. I’m a mom of 2

Rate Topics of Interest:

Citizen Science: 8
Climate Change: 10
Harvesting: 12
Marine Wildlife: 12
Public Education: 11
Water Quality: 7
Low Impact Development: 7
Native Vegetation / Invasive Species: 12
Geology / Coastal Processes: 8
Restoration Practices / Approaches: 10
Plastics and Marine Debris: 10
Marine Stewardship: 10

Name:

Erika
Lynde

Phone:

617-820-0973

Email:

[email protected]

Address:

14320 63rd Ave
Edmonds, WA
98026

List Interests / Hobbies:

Herbalist, artist, yogi, hiking, animals, foraging, fitness, gardening, boats, astrology, native land protection, space

 

Degrees / Certificates:

1st year apprenticeship in herbalism

 

Places you love in Snohomish County:

I’m actually new to the area but I’ve fallen in love with the sound and walking it’s beaches.

 

Activities of Interest:

Educate the Public at Local Festivals, Restore local habitats, Write Articles for Various Media, Give talks at local beaches or in schools, Photograph or Draw Marine Environments, Lead Beach and Nature walks, Lead Preschool Story Times

 

Days not available for training:

Maybe next year? I’m very very interested!!!

 

Why do you want to become a Beach Watcher:

I’m a stay at home mom who has tried many things to do outside the home. I alway come back to the earth and nature and how I can be of service to it. I love this planet and I want to be apart in saving it.

 

Experience as a Volunteer:

Organization: Growing things
Years Involved: 3
Role: Garden guru
Description: I would teach at a community garden how to grow your own food. I mostly worked with family’s and did really well with children and keeping their attention. I’m a mom of 2

Rate Topics of Interest:

Citizen Science: 8
Climate Change: 10
Harvesting: 12
Marine Wildlife: 12
Public Education: 11
Water Quality: 7
Low Impact Development: 7
Native Vegetation / Invasive Species: 12
Geology / Coastal Processes: 8
Restoration Practices / Approaches: 10
Plastics and Marine Debris: 10
Marine Stewardship: 10

Name:

James
Arthur

Phone:

425-316-3162
425-750-4356

Email:

[email protected]

Address:

2004 148th St SE
Mill Creek, WA
98012

List Interests / Hobbies:

Hiking, Music (bassest), Citizen science, Kayaking

 

Degrees / Certificates:

BS Professional Aeronautics, Aviation instructor (CFI)
Flight simulator instructor (Boeing)
Commercial Pilots Licence, SCUBA certified

 

Places you love in Snohomish County:

 

Activities of Interest:

Educate the Public at Local Festivals, Monitor Water Quality, Give talks at local beaches or in schools, Gather and analyze data, Monitor Flora and Fauna, Lead Beach and Nature walks

 

Days not available for training:

 

Why do you want to become a Beach Watcher:

Offering my time to learn, teach and be part of an effort to understand the marine environment.

 

Experience as a Volunteer:

Organization: Future of Flight, Museum of Flight, Mill Creek Community Ass.
Years Involved: 2016-2019
Role: Museum Docent, Maintenance and Engineering Committee member
Description: Meet and provide technical information to visitors. Manage community property

Rate Topics of Interest:

Citizen Science: 1
Climate Change: 1
Harvesting: 2
Marine Wildlife: 1
Public Education: 1
Water Quality: 1
Low Impact Development: 1
Native Vegetation / Invasive Species: 1
Geology / Coastal Processes: 2
Restoration Practices / Approaches: 2
Plastics and Marine Debris:
Marine Stewardship: 1

Name:

Robin
Thome

Phone:

425-334-9734
425-359-2037

Email:

[email protected]

Address:

13423 S. Machias Rd.
Snohomish, WA
98290

List Interests / Hobbies:

Gardening, flowers, shrubs, and food
Bird watching, backyard
Walking, hiking
Traveling
Botanical gardens
Reading
Camping
Cooking

 

Degrees / Certificates:

Masters in Education

 

Places you love in Snohomish County:

Centennial trail
My back yard
Wallace Falls
Lime kiln
Little Pilchuck river
South Fork of the Stillaquamish
Hawthorn Park
Downtown Snohomish

 

Activities of Interest:

Educate the Public at Local Festivals, Monitor Water Quality, Write Articles for Various Media, Gather and analyze data, Monitor Flora and Fauna, Photograph or Draw Marine Environments, Lead Beach and Nature walks

 

Days not available for training:

March to May , 2022- so far it’s clear!

 

Why do you want to become a Beach Watcher:

I have a home on Admiralty Inlet. I’m beginning to see the effects of global warming. I wonder about the salmon, over population, climate change, politicians that do not help, I’d love to know more about marine habitat ( animals, animal behavior, seaweed, algae) more than I do now.

 

Experience as a Volunteer:

Organization: Master Gardener
Years Involved: 3
Role: Dig weeds, trim plants, man a booth
Description: Booths at farmers markets, fairs, gardens, events like state fair

Rate Topics of Interest:

Citizen Science: 9
Climate Change: 12
Harvesting: 12
Marine Wildlife: 12
Public Education: 9
Water Quality: 12
Low Impact Development: 9
Native Vegetation / Invasive Species: 12
Geology / Coastal Processes: 12
Restoration Practices / Approaches: 8
Plastics and Marine Debris: 9
Marine Stewardship: 12

Name:

Robin
Thome

Phone:

425-334-9734
425-359-2037

Email:

[email protected]

Address:

13423 S. Machias Rd.
Snohomish, WA
98290

List Interests / Hobbies:

Gardening, flowers, shrubs, and food
Bird watching, backyard
Walking, hiking
Traveling
Botanical gardens
Reading
Camping
Cooking

 

Degrees / Certificates:

Masters in Education

 

Places you love in Snohomish County:

Centennial trail
My back yard
Wallace Falls
Lime kiln
Little Pilchuck river
South Fork of the Stillaquamish
Hawthorn Park
Downtown Snohomish

 

Activities of Interest:

Educate the Public at Local Festivals, Monitor Water Quality, Write Articles for Various Media, Gather and analyze data, Monitor Flora and Fauna, Photograph or Draw Marine Environments, Lead Beach and Nature walks

 

Days not available for training:

March to May , 2022- so far it’s clear!

 

Why do you want to become a Beach Watcher:

I have a home on Admiralty Inlet. I’m beginning to see the effects of global warming. I wonder about the salmon, over population, climate change, politicians that do not help, I’d love to know more about marine habitat ( animals, animal behavior, seaweed, algae) more than I do now.

 

Experience as a Volunteer:

Organization: Master Gardener
Years Involved: 3
Role: Dig weeds, trim plants, man a booth
Description: Booths at farmers markets, fairs, gardens, events like state fair

Rate Topics of Interest:

Citizen Science: 9
Climate Change: 12
Harvesting: 12
Marine Wildlife: 12
Public Education: 9
Water Quality: 12
Low Impact Development: 9
Native Vegetation / Invasive Species: 12
Geology / Coastal Processes: 12
Restoration Practices / Approaches: 8
Plastics and Marine Debris: 9
Marine Stewardship: 12

Name:

Surafel
Hale

Phone:

360-630-7792
360-630-7792

Email:

[email protected]

Address:

20227 77th ave NE unit M102
Arlington, WA
98223

List Interests / Hobbies:

Hiking, Water Sports, Soccer, Football, Books, Bird Watching

 

Degrees / Certificates:

N/A

 

Places you love in Snohomish County:

I’m still new to Washington.

 

Activities of Interest:

Educate the Public at Local Festivals, Monitor Water Quality, Restore local habitats, Give talks at local beaches or in schools, Gather and analyze data, Photograph or Draw Marine Environments, Lead Beach and Nature walks, Contact local businesses, Lead Preschool Story Times

 

Days not available for training:

Works great for me!

 

Why do you want to become a Beach Watcher:

I want to help myself. When I do something for someone else it helps me.

 

Experience as a Volunteer:

Organization: Humane Society of Utah
Years Involved: 2
Role: Volunteering
Description: Took dogs out for walks, cleaned cages and scooped poop.

Rate Topics of Interest:

Citizen Science: 3
Climate Change: 10
Harvesting: 12
Marine Wildlife: 12
Public Education: 9
Water Quality: 8
Low Impact Development: 8
Native Vegetation / Invasive Species: 8
Geology / Coastal Processes: 8
Restoration Practices / Approaches: 8
Plastics and Marine Debris: 12
Marine Stewardship: 8