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Whidbey Island Weather Year Round

If you dream of a mild Pacific Northwest with warm winters and cool summers, modest rainfall, spectacular scenery with eagles and whales, this could be the place you’ve been trying to get to! Only 65-minutes from Metropolitan Seattle but light years away via a 15-minute ferry trip, you’ll find this “secret place”; a relaxed countryside …

Sustainable Businesses On Whidbey Island

Name Industry & City Description on Whidbey Island, Washington Anchorage Inn – Lodging – Coupeville The Anchorage Inn Bed and Breakfast is a new Victorian Inn, offering seven lavishly appointed rooms with splendid views of the cove, waterfront buildings, rolling hills on Whidbey Island, nearby Camano Island, and 10,700 foot Mt. Baker. Angelo’s Caffe – Restaurant – Oak Harbor …

Help for Whidbey Island Beaches

The members of Whidbey ECONet are doing social research for a good cause. Whidbey Island Beaches are prized continuously for its spectacular views, the opportunity to watch the island’s great marine wildlife and take a walk, the chance to dig clams, and the special habitat it offers for wild salmon. To keep Whidbey Island’s shores clean, …

Whidbey ECO Network

Whidbey ECO Network is a cooperative network of several local individuals and organizations committed to protecting the environment of Puget Sound and recovering its vital functions. ‘ECO’ is standing for Education, Communication, & Outreach. The ECO Net members are striving to affect change in Whidbey Island’s local communities through various outreach programs and activities such as manure …

Get Inspired by Local Businesses

The South Whidbey Center of Senior Services of Island County: They completed upgrading our lighting system. Using the PSE incentives, lighting was retrofitted throughout the building including nine offices, four meeting rooms, the dining room and kitchen area, with low voltage, energy efficient compact fluorescent bulbs. We are looking forward to lower electricity bills in our …

The Whidbey Green Seal Certificate Program

The Whidbey Green Seal Certificate Program publicly recognizes organizations (business, non-profit and tax-supported entities) that actively implement resource conservation measures, demonstrate a culture of environmental awareness in their operational activities, and practice social responsibility in their community. The Green Seal organization is a frontrunner when it comes to promoting a sustainable and livable economy. In …