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San Juan Nature Institute acknowledges with gratitude a grant from the Mountaineers Foundation to support their education program at Orcas Elementary School. This grant supplements a partial grant from the Orcas Island Community Foundation for Stream Studies, a program for 5th grade students conducted in collaboration with Glenwood Springs Hatchery and the San Juan Conservation District.

 

For more information:
Call: 378-3646
E-mail:info@sjnature.org

Mail:
PO Box 3110
Friday Harbor, WA  98250

Office located at:
470 Spring Street, Suite 104
Friday Harbor, WA  98250

The San Juan Nature Institute offers a selection of courses and lectures each season that we hope will inspire people of all ages to participate in the lifelong process of learning and discovery.

We use the beautiful San Juan Islands as our outdoor classroom; an intricate tapestry rich with unique opportunities to explore the secrets of the natural world around us. Our instructors come from a variety of backgrounds, each with a passion for nature that you will find delightfully contagious.

Join us as we explore our varied and unique
island environment!

 

Save the Date: May 6, 2014 - Seattle Foundation's GIVE BIG Campaign

Save the Date: MAY 6, 2014

Seattle Foundation's Give Big Campaign

Become A Natural Resources Steward!

Read a special message from Susan Key, former San Juan Nature Institute Director, about how you can be involved in the caring for, or stewardship, of the natural resources of the San Juan Archipeligo.


For Sale:
Limited special edition prints of
"Salmon People - Chiin Xaada"
a hand-pulled serigraph by Haida artist April White. Prints are unframed, in color, measure 11 x 22¼ inches, are numbered and signed by the author, and are $150 each. All proceeds benefit the San Juan Nature Institute.

Order a Print
Limited Edition: Salmon People - Chiin Xaada, By April White
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