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2021 News Archive:

May 13, 2021: Join your fellow islanders for a ZOOM on May 26 at 6:30pm!

Are you annoyed by jet noise from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island?  This will be a great opportunity to meet more San Juan County residents who share your concerns about Growler jet noise and learn about how we can work together to restore the balance. Learn about how to report jet noise and find out what we do with those reports. Learn about the Roadmap to restoring the balance.  Email to obtain the ZOOM link: 



March 19, 2021: News Report on Web Symposium on Growler Jet Noise Impacts. Read it here.  You can also watch the recording of the Symposium:

March 5, 2021:  WATCH!!!  NEW RESEARCH: 

Tuesday, March 16, 4pm - 6pm: Growler Jet Noise Science Symposium: Implications of Noise from Navy Aircraft for the Salish Sea and Olympic Region. (Link below.)

January 11, 2021:  ACTION NEEDED:  The Navy has applied to expand use from 5 State Parks to 29 parks over Puget Sound, tripling the number of training sessions, increasing the number of trainees per session and adding high angle climbing in Deception Pass State Park. The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is considering the application at their regular meeting on January 28, 2021. A special meeting has been planned for January 26th from 4pm to 8pm to allow for public comments. You can express your opinion in writing to the Commission describing your park experiences and how you would be impacted if the commission allowed regular, unannounced Special Reconnaissance by US Navy Special Forces in state parks. Comment by January 26th by sending e-mail to   For more information, go to:

January 11, 2021: Three opinion pieces in the Seattle Times follow up the study of Growler Jet Noise Impacts. Don't dismiss the data in favor of Navy rhetoric! Read them here

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