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RE Sources In The News!

posted Apr 14, 2010, 2:08 PM by Unknown user   [ updated Oct 20, 2011, 8:48 PM by Hannah Coughlin ]
3/17/11 Read the Northern Light's article about the Whatcom County Council's decision to a pull a resolution, asking the Council to support the Gateway Pacific Terminal, off their agenda on Tuesday, March 15th. Look for Baykeeper, Matt Krogh's, quote at the end of the article.

RE Sources' Executive Director, Bob Ferris, voices concerns about the proposed terminal at Cherry Point. Find out more by picking up today's copy of the Bellingham Herald, or click here for the full article.  

Pick up the latest copy of the Bellingham Business Journal, and read the letter written by RE Sources Executive Director, Bob Ferris, regarding the RE Sources v. BIAW lawsuit.

RE Sources community members who are interested or concerned about the possibility of greater coal exports from Whatcom County should turn to page 4 of Cascadia Weekly, or click here to view a pdf version.  For more information, check out this related article.

11/4/10  Learn more about the BIAW v. RE Sources case. Who really came out on top? Read the article in The Bellingham Business Journal to find out what RE Sources Executive Director, Bob Ferris thinks.

The Bellingham Herald featured RE Sources' 2010 Environmental Heroes, Kelli Finet and Jenessa Moore, for their leadership and participation in Nooksack Valley High School's Cool School Challenge program.

North Sound Baykeeper, Matt Krogh, wrote an article for the "Whatcom Watch" called, "Conserving Our Fishy Heritage at Cherry Point - State Prepares To Release Final Management Plan" and Beach Naturalist Coordinator, Doug Stark, wrote an article called "Beach Naturalists Are Back".

Green Drinks Bellingham makes news in the National Association for the Self-Employed website!

Cool Schools lead to Green Prize for Duvall Man. Mike Town, the teacher who originally created the Cool School Challenge was recently awarded the Green Prize in Public Education. RE Sources is proud to be a part of the program as we support teachers and students to implement the Challenge in Whatcom, Island and Skagit Counties.

The RE Store was recently highlighted in Bob Ferris' blog post on greenopolis!

5/7/10 "RE Sources settles lawsuit against Sumas lumber company over pollution" by The Bellingham Herald

4/21/10 The Cascadia Weekly highlighted RE Sources' 8th Annual Environmental Heroes Award Celebration.

3/3/10 "Defending the Commons" opinion piece in the Cascadia Weekly, written by North Sound Baykeeper Wendy Steffensen and RE Sources' former Executive Director, Robyn du Pre.