Client: Skagit Watershed Council
Case Study: Peak worked with staff and educators to develop a communication campaign to educate and engage a variety of constituents in Skagit County. Our engagement plan included a photo contest, blogs, a new Facebook page, and a Resource Guide comprised of 50+ environmental education organizations.
Impact: Peak’s Engagement Campaign gave the Council a social media platform to leverage community awareness about events, organizations, and initiatives working to conserve, preserve, and magnify the natural abundance and conservation happening in the Valley. The photo contest also bolstered a photo library for the Council to use in social media. Their Facebook now has nearly 1,300 followers. A survey to environmental education entities yielded a STEAM Resource Guide which cataloged 50+ organizations working with K-12 students in Skagit schools. Peak’s engagement campaign resulted in thematic hashtags, interviews, videos, and blogs about life in the Skagit.
Testimonial: "Peak has consistently provided the Skagit Watershed Council with quality consulting services. They have provided research and advice in support of our strategic planning efforts, including highly skilled facilitation services. We would highly recommend them to any organization seeking professional services." Richard Brocksmith, Skagit Watershed Council, Executive Director