Because we know you care about the health of our environment, twice a year we
ask you to stretch
your giving to
protect your right to clean air, clean water, and clean energy. This May, your
gift will go twice as far.
For the next few weeks, we will be raising
funds to reach our goal of $20K.
You can help by giving a gift of $100 to be
matched dollar for dollar by one of our generous donors.
Gifts of any
amount will be doubled, and will directly increase our capacity
- Fill environmental education gaps in k-12 education
- Influence consumer behavior to save our forests;
- Train homeowners and businesses to operate with modest energy use;
- Equip families to reduce their impact on overflowing landfills;
- Ensure citizens' input is heard in environmental decision-making;
- Ensure regulations establish clear, fair, and consistently-enforced standards that improve our lives;
- Empower residents to advocate for the health and safety of their homes and livelihood;
- And so much more
Donate before June 2013 to have your gift matched dollar for dollar. Your gift will directly help us lead our communities toward a more sustainable future.
for Sustainable Communities is dedicated to helping individuals and groups
thriving communities through
education and advocacy.
We believe that many environmental issues can be best addressed by individuals taking action in their own communities. But majority change can be hard to create.
RE Sources comes in. As innovators, we understand leadership is essential as we
ask others to adopt new ideas and actions. For
thirty years we have led our communities toward healthier water quality, reduced
carbon emissions, energy conservation,
waste management and
policy reform. We
model and help others adopt practices that will create a lasting future of generations living in balance with the natural
Thank you for your support.
9:30am - 12:30pm
$20 (includes lunch & transportation)
Join us for an expert-guided tour of Bellingham's finest, and most diverse rain gardens. Learn about site analysis, plant selection, unique features, and creative ideas for your own rain garden project.*
Stick around after the tour for the Watershed-Friendly
Project Expo at Bloedel Donovan Park, 1 - 3pm.
Register online at www.brownpapertickets.com/raingardentour
Co-hosted by RE Sources, City of Bellingham, Sustainable Connections, and WSU Whatcom County extension.
*Stormwater is the #1 source of pollution in urban areas of Puget Sound. You can make a BIG difference in your own back yard!
What We Imagine
On October 5th, we asked our community what they hoped for a sustainable Whatcom County. Check out their responses.
What We Imagine
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The scoping public comment period on the proposed coal terminal at Cherry Point (Gateway Pacific Terminal) is now closed. Thanks for your support!
Click here to learn about the May activist meeting, where we'll discuss what's next.
Volunteer as RE Sources' RE Patch Garden Coordinator.
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