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  • How we can keep drinking water in Lake Whatcom safe and clean  By Karlee Deatherage, Clean Water Policy AnalystOur drinking water is at a tipping point. The drinking water source for over 100,000 Whatcom County residents, Lake Whatcom, faces an ...
    Posted Apr 16, 2019, 12:59 PM by Simon Bakke
  • Orca Survival: Status Quo No Longer an Option  By Eleanor Hines, North Sound Baykeeper. Originally published in Whatcom Watch, April 2019. Photos by Joan Poor.Imagine you shop at the only grocery store in town, the place you ...
    Posted Apr 9, 2019, 10:52 AM by Simon Bakke
  • Portage Bay shellfish beds open in spring: Worth celebrating, but not expected to be a permanent fix PRESS STATEMENT, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, March 19, 2019Portage Bay shellfish beds open in spring: Worth celebrating, but not expected to be a permanent fixThe unusual opening for springtime ...
    Posted Mar 22, 2019, 9:38 AM by Simon Bakke
  • Towards a toxic-free waterfront: Touring a Bellingham Bay cleanup site  By Eleanor Hines, North Sound Baykeeper Video by Robert B. ClarkFifty people gathered on a brisk February afternoon (a Saturday, no less) to learn about the past — and discuss ...
    Posted Mar 13, 2019, 9:41 AM by Simon Bakke
  • Trump Administration's Clean Water Act slashes: What it means for us What just happened?The 1972 Clean Water Act has proven to be one of the most important federal laws for keeping water clean ever since Ohio’s Cuyahoga River literally ...
    Posted Mar 12, 2019, 5:54 PM by Simon Bakke
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