RE Sources 2014 Fall Fund Drive
November - December
With the help of donors, activists, volunteers, staff, and board, RE Sources has been responding to the needs of our community with a level-headed, science-based approach for thirty years. As a supporter, you've come to depend on us to respond, rally, and deliver results. Though we have taken huge strides in our fight for a healthier, safer community, our work is far from over. The stage is set and our community is now in a position to take advantage of some great opportunities (see survey for details). Please stretch your giving this year to help us leverage these opportunities and build the sustainable future we need!
RE Sources works on a host of initiatives and is often asked to take on more. As we evaluate the work we are doing now and potential future initiatives, please help us understand what’s important to you. From safe seafood, to wind power, to ocean acidification - we want to know what are your highest priorities for the coming years. Please take a moment to
Your feedback and support are essential to our work.
Noon - 1:00 pm
Meet at Little Squalicum Beach public parking lot (west of Mount Baker Plywood Facility, 2929 Roeder Avenue)
This tour will take participants through the mouth of Squalicum Creek and its uplands to view major improvements made as part of on ongoing, multi-year project to restore habitat and encourage fish passage. Read more.
Wednesday, December 11th
Bellewood Acres Community Room, Lynden
The public is invited to attend the next meeting of the Tenmile Creek Clean Water Project. The mission of this volunteer, citizen-guided project is to set a path forward to reduce fecal coliform levels so they are below water quality standards and the standards of the Lower Nooksack River Basin Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Evaluation (TMDL), and remain low. More here.
6:00 - 7:30 pm
RE Sources Sustainable Living Center
(above the RE Store)
2309 Meridian Street (map)
The Climate Bill, SB 5802, tasks the workgroup with developing policies for Washington state to meet its carbon pollution reduction targets by 2020. At the workshop on December 6, we'll be following up on ideas we talked about last time for comments and distilling talking points to encourage others in our community to comment before the deadline. Read more.