Snohomish County Park's rangers and staff offer a number of environmental education programs for schools and other groups. Presentations may be arranged at your school or in the field.

To schedule a presentation, call 425-388-6618.

In-Classroom Presentations

Importance of Water Quality in the Puget Sound Region 

Discuss the geological formation of the Puget Sound, and its function as an estuary or watershed. Students also learn of our unique marine wildlife and tide fluctuation.

What Does a Park Ranger Do?

Discuss the unique role of the Snohomish County Park Ranger. Learn just what a park ranger does in a typical work day. In addition, receive information on our Snohomish County Park System.

To schedule a in classroom presentation call 360-652-7992.

In Field Program Topics

Marine Ecology and Exploration

Discuss habitats, marine animals, Puget Sound, and protection of the resource. Two Locations:

Kayak Point Park
15422 Marine Drive

Picnic Point Park
 13001 Picnic Point Road

Lund's Gulch Watershed Walk

Discuss the importance of this local watershed, follow the creek to the beach and learn about tides. Discover the uniqueness of our own Puget Sound.

Meadowdale Park
6026 156th St. SW
Edmonds 98026

Spencer Island Dike Hike

Explore this unique wetland preserve on the Snohomish River Estuary. Discover the history, look for wildlife and discuss the importance of wetlands.

Spencer Island
4th St. Terminus

To schedule a presentation call 360-652-7992

Northwest Stream Center

The Northwest Stream Center at McCollum Park offers many environmental education programs. Call the stream center at 425-316-8592 or visit the Adopt-A-Stream website.