Motivation, Values, and Attention

What life can and will look like in the San Juan Islands is up to all of us. How will you help protect the island environment?

We live, visit, work, and play in the San Juan Islands, a magical place that many claim as one of the most magnificent in their worldly travels.

A place so special requires deliberate, strategic attention: Caring for the islands and the Salish Sea is a big responsibility, and none of us can do it alone. Together, we can achieve a simple goal to protect what you love—the Salish Sea, marine environments, shorelines, and rural, wide-open areas.

You can help by making a donation or becoming a recurring monthly or quarterly member. Or, aim for long-term sustainability and become a founding member of the Friends Science Endowment.

The Friends of the San Juans are at the forefront in efforts to prevent oil spills from impacting the San Juans. They work to identify the threats and then work with the US Coast Guard, Ecology, and others to get the best oil spill planning and prevention efforts in place.

Debby Clausen and Kim Sundberg

members, San Juan Island