About Us

ABOUT US

Preparing the next generation of

environmental problem solvers.

OVERVIEW

We create experiences that help students and educators understand their environment and discover the impact they can have on their world and their community.

WHERE WE WORK

Our programs take place on our 250-acre campus on Bainbridge Island, at the Brightwater Wastewater Treatment Plant in Woodinville, and in Seattle classrooms and neighborhoods.

 

Islandwood acknowledges that we live and work on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people, who have been stewards of this region’s land and waters since time immemorial. While the majority of our work takes place on Suquamish and Duwamish land, we also conduct programs on the land of the Snohomish, Puyallip, Muckleshoot, Skokomish, and S’Klallam people.

The Welcome Center at IslandWood an Environmental Science Nonprofit
Employees at IslandWood an Environmental Science Nonprofit

OUR TEAM

Meet our board and leadership team.

COMMITMENT TO EQUITY

We are striving to embed equity and justice into our work and operations.

Tall tress on its Bainbridge Island campus at IslandWood an Environmental Science Nonprofit
Mac's Pond on its Bainbridge Island campus at IslandWood an Environmental Science Nonprofit

CLIMATE CHANGE STATEMENT

We believe that climate change is one of the most urgent issues facing our planet.

CAREERS AND CULTURE

Are you passionately curious about the world around you? Do you share a commitment to education, equity, and the environment?

A garden educator at Island campus at IslandWood an Environmental Science Nonprofit
Students at IslandWood an Environmental Science Nonprofit

ADVOCACY

IslandWood advocates for public policy solutions which advance education that fosters a deeper understanding of our environment and inspires every student to take action.

LEARN MORE

Explore these resources to learn more about our work and impact.

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