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  • The Central Waterfront in the midst of a cleanup process by Lee First, North Sound BaykeeperThe Central Waterfront Cleanup Site (site) is a 51-acre property that’s in the middle of a cleanup process. The site is being ...
    Posted Oct 11, 2017, 2:11 PM by Hannah Coughlin
  • A Tour of Padilla Bay Watershed in an EPA process by Lee First, North Sound Baykeeper   The Padilla Bay watershed is comprised of four freshwater sloughs: Joe Leary Slough No Name Slough Little Indian SloughBig Indian SloughThese waterways ...
    Posted Sep 14, 2017, 12:27 PM by RE Sources for Sustainable Communities
  • Whatcom Water Week events with RE Sources for Sustainable Communities RE Sources is hosting three events as part of Whatcom Water Week, September 16-23, 2017. Get the full schedule: whatcomwaterweeks.org.International Coastal Cleanup Day: Locust BeachSaturday, September ...
    Posted Aug 31, 2017, 3:37 PM by Lee First
  • Citizen scientists wrap up summer of intertidal surveys at Fidalgo Bay, Cherry Point By Hannah van Amen, Communications and Public Relations InternPhoto via Skagit Valley HeraldThis July, a dozen RE Sources staff members and volunteers headed to the Fidalgo Bay Aquatic ...
    Posted Aug 8, 2017, 3:09 PM by Virginia Cleaveland
  • Washington State Legislature funds grants for community education on toxic cleanups, but rest of environmental priorities a mixed bag By Karlee Deatherage, Policy Analyst, Clean Water ProgramFrom funding for toxic cleanups to oil transportation safety and sound policies on water availability, the environmental community had huge goals for ...
    Posted Jul 13, 2017, 4:22 PM by Virginia Cleaveland
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