Proceeds from all workshops benefit RE Sources' environmental conservation and advocacy. Thank you for supporting our community.
9:00 am - noon
Little Squalicum Creek Park
Bellingham Technical College Lower Parking lot
3028 Lindberg Avenue, Bellingham (map)
Meet us and volunteers from the City of Bellingham Parks Department to help mulch, weed, and tend the wetlands and riparian buffer plantings along Little Squalicum Creek. RE Sources is dedicated to this effort, we'll be there and hope to see you, too! Tools, snacks, and new friends provided. Park in the lower parking lot at Bellingham Technical College and follow the signs.
June 3rd and June 5th
Boulevard Park, Bellingham (map)
May 19th, June 4th, July 1st, and July 3rd
Cherry Point, Ferndale (map)
May 18th, May 20th, July 31st and August 1st
Fidalgo Bay, Anacortes (map)
Trainings and surveys are conducted by RE Sources’ North Sound Baykeeper program, with assistance from volunteer experts and others. These surveys are sponsored by the Whatcom and Skagit County Marine Resources Committees, the Cherry Point and Fidalgo Bay Aquatic Reserve Citizen Stewardship Committees, the Coastal Volunteer Partnership at Padilla Bay, the Northwest Straits Foundation and the Northwest Straits Commission..
For more information, contact Wendy Steffensen, WendyS@re-sources.org.
Wednesday, June 10th, 2015
6:30pm – 8:00 pm
BelleWood Acres Community Room
6140 Guide Meridian, Lynden (map)
Join residents of the Tenmile watershed and others as they work to lower fecal coliform levels in their watershed. This group meets on the second Wednesday of each month, and meetings are open to the public. For this June meeting, Mark Henderson, WA Department of Ecology Wastewater Permit Manager,will present information about the permits that regulate discharges from wastewater treatment plants that discharge into the Nooksack River. Check out one of these meetings to engage with local citizens and learn about water quality.
For more information, contact Lee First, Leef@re-sources.org.
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.