This interactive, mobile sign was a product of a collaborative effort between Sakai Intermediate School, the Watershed Council, and the City of Bainbridge Island which funded its creation. Smallwood Construction donated labor and materials for assembly. The sign is one of the end products of the Murden Cove Watershed Nutrient and Bacteria Reduction Study, a City-led effort to understand sources of excess nutrients and bacteria in the Murden Cove watershed and address them. The sign was developed to help teach students and the community about the Murden Cove watersheds, common sources of pollution, and how people can prevent water pollution. Sakai students created the drawings around the map, and they can be flipped open to read information and action people can take to steward the watershed. The sign is housed at Sakai, but in the summer months we often move it to parks and open spaces around the watershed so the broader community can interact with it as well.