RE Sources offers a seasonal series of skill-building workshops, classes, films, seminars, presentations and facilitated discussions to help you build a more sustainable lifestyle. Scroll down to see what's upcoming at RE Sources Sustainable Living Center (above The RE Store). 2309 Meridian Street, Bellingham, WA.
Proceeds from all workshops benefit RE Sources' environmental conservation and advocacy. Thank you for supporting our community.
9:00 am to noon
Locust Beach Upper Trailhead (map)
After recent storms, there is a LOT of litter on the beach. Help us pick it up! This is fun event for all ages. Litter collecting equipment and gloves will be provided, as well as light refreshments. Folks are encouraged to wear weather-appropriate clothes and sturdy shoes, bring a water bottle, and, if available, bring your own gloves and reusable buckets for collecting debris.
For this event only, volunteers may park at the Bellingham Kite Board Center’s parking lot or use street parking on adjacent roads (please respect private property). This parking lot is on Locust Avenue, about one block west of the intersection of Locust Avenue and Marine Drive.
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Bellewood Acres Community Room
6140 Guide Meridian, Lynden (map)
Join this citizen group as they take steps to improve water quality in Tenmile Creek. Regular meetings are held at Bellewood Acres on the second Wednesday of each month until further notice. These meetings are open to everyone.
Thursdays, Jan 8th - Feb 5th, 2014
7:00 - 9:00 pm
Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship
1207 Ellsworth St (map)
$175 for 5 classes
Sponsored by Whatcom Land Trust, world-renowned raptor expert Bud Anderson will teach his 33rd annual western Washington raptor identification and behavior class this January.
Bud is founder of the Falcon Research Group, responsible for rescuing 562 raptors from Sea Tac airport and initiating the Annual Skagit Flats Raptor Count.
Bud speaks from decades of intimate experience with raptors and shares his love story with students, teaching them to think like raptors, and take awe in their beauty.
This course will focus on identifying characteristics, behavior, and life cycles of the raptors in our region, and will include an all-day field trip. From beginners to seasoned birders, many students take the class multiple times, and report learning new information each year. Read more (p 10 - 12).
To register, mail a check payable to Falcon Research Group for $175 to:
Please contact Pollyc@re-sources.org or call (360)733.8307 for rental rates and information.
Bellingham, WA 98225
The Sustainable Living Center is located just above The RE Store, on the NW corner of Broadway and Meridian in the Fountain District. You'll find a bike rack in the alley off of Broadway and the stairs behind the RE Store.