• How will we value the amphibians?

    How will we value the amphibians? As printed April 27, 2022 in the Kitsap Sun At a time of increasing awareness of an environment in precipitous decline, STO proponents are, in effect, advocating for further habitat damage to the wetlands at North Kitsap Heritage Park (NKHP). While there are shared levels of environmental damage over […]

  • All-in For Democracy Kitsap ERACE Coalition activities YOU can participate in before the election

    “All-in For Democracy” with Kitsap ERACE Coalition Click HERE for All-in For Democracy – calendar  Kitsap County, WA – Calling all community! Join Kitsap ERACE Coalition for All-in For Democracy, a campaign to center race equity and community engagement across many local efforts to mobilize voters, defend elections, and sustain democracy. Follow Kitsap ERACE Coalition (@KitsapERACEcoalition) […]

  • A Message from the Board of Kitsap Environmental Coalition

    Kitsap Environmental Coalition recently received a communication from a community member who believes environmental issues are separate from social ones and took issue with our support of memorial activities for Stonechild Chiefstick. We want to make our position 100% clear. KEC stands firmly in solidarity with the Movement for Black Lives, Black Lives Matter, and […]

  • NOW HEAR THIS Newsletter NOV 2019 – Rights of Nature

    RIGHTS OF NATURE Rights of Nature is a legal philosophy that is starting to influence the fight to preserve the environment. Rights of Nature is the recognition, quite simply, that nature has rights—that our ecosystems, including trees, oceans, animals, and mountains, have rights just as human beings do.[1] Since nature has no voice, it falls […]

  • Memorializing Forests of the Pacific Northwest

    MEMORIALIZING FORESTS OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST If you come to Oregon or Washington today, you might question why I’m commemorating something that seems so alive and present. Ahh, you’re seeing the trees but not the forest. Look closer. The original forests, while dominated visually by trees, were alive with diverse vegetation and animal life. The […]