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July 26, 2022

Plants, People, and Place: Welcoming Benjamin Johnston

Benjamin Johnston joined the Whidbey Institute team this summer to help care for plants and place. He describes his work as taking care of the land so that people can feel at ease here. From weed whacking and hand weeding to excavating leaking pipes, Ben is willing to engage with any aspect of the work that supports a flourishing place—but his love, and his passion, come through when exploring the relationships of humans with plants and ecosystems.  Read More →

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July 21, 2022

Transitions | July 2022 Newsletter

Our July Newsletter contains news about two new team members, reflections on a Cabin Village Commons gathering that took place in June, and gratitude for our monthly donors.

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June 17, 2022

Passages | June 2022 Newsletter

Read “Passages”, our June 2022 Newsletter, where we welcome new board member Jenna Ringelheim, share a farewell letter from staff member Marnie Jackson, and offer an exciting update about our partnership with ILALI.

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June 17, 2022

Human-Centered Organizing: Introducing Board Member Jenna Ringelheim 

We are pleased to introduce Jenna Ringelheim as the newest member of our Board of Directors. Jenna’s connection to the Whidbey Institute threads through Environmental Leadership Program (ELP), whose Pacific Northwest Regional Fellows gathered here as a cohort, and through Bainbridge Graduate Institute, where she obtained an MBA in Sustainable Systems alongside fellow board members Casey Dilloway and Hilary Wilson.  Read More →

May 15, 2022

The Call of the Future | May 2021 Newsletter

Read our May newsletter for open staff positions, a Legacy Giving informational event, and more! https://mailchi.mp/whidbeyinstitute/newsletter-1122941

 

May 4, 2022

Land Support Position Open

The Whidbey Institute is seeking an individual to join the Place Team in a part-time position. The Place Team is responsible for the upkeep and care of the land and facilities on our 106-acre conservation forest campus and trail system.

This is a non-exempt position, working 12 to 15 hours per week over two to four days (Monday through Thursday) with scheduling flexibility. This is a physically demanding position. Read More →