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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. 

Proceeds from all workshops benefit RE Sources' environmental conservation and advocacy. Thanks for supporting our community!

Citizen Science Training, Whatcom County

Intertidal Survey Birch Bay 2014
Tuesday, April 5 (classroom session)
6pm - 8pm
RE Sources Sustainable Living Center
2309 Meridian St., Bellingham (map)

Sunday, April 10 (classroom session)
9pm - 12pm
Fairhaven Library
1117 12th St., Bellingham (map)

Sunday, April 10 (field session)
12pm - 3pm
Marine Park, Bellingham (map)

Participate in a free training session from expert marine biologists to learn how to identify and collect data on plant and animal species found on local beaches in Whatcom and Skagit counties, with the opportunity to participate in low-tide surveys throughout the summer at Cherry Point and Fidalgo Bay Aquatic Reserves. These intertidal surveys will help contribute to the scientific research and understanding of the health of Puget Sound waters and the trends that impact it.

Participants are required to attend at least one classroom session and the field session. To register in Whatcom County, email Eleanor at eleanorh@re-sources.org or call 360-733-8307. RSVP is preferred, but not required.

Citizen Science Training, Skagit County

Intertidal Survey Fidalgo Bay
Saturday, April 9 (classroom session)
9am - 12pm
Fidalgo Bay Resort
4701 Fidalgo Bay Rd, Anacortes (map)

Saturday, April 9 (field session)
12pm to 3pm at Fidalgo Bay Resort

Participate in a free training session from expert marine biologists to learn how to identify and collect data on plant and animal species found on local beaches in Whatcom and Skagit counties, with the opportunity to participate in low-tide surveys throughout the summer at Cherry Point and Fidalgo Bay Aquatic Reserves. These intertidal surveys will help contribute to the scientific research and understanding of the health of Puget Sound waters and the trends that impact it.

Participants are required to attend the classroom session and the field session.To register in Skagit County, email Samantha at srussell@padillabay.gov or call 360-428-1559. RSVP is preferred, but not required.

Host a Workshop or Event

Please contact pollyc@re-sources.org or call (360)733.8307 for rental rates and information. 

Location & Directions

Sustainable Living Center at RE Sources for Sustainable Communities
2309 Meridian Street
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 Broadway and the stairs behind the RE Store.