Monitoring and protecting our precious water resources. 
We use science, policy and education to reduce pollution and toxics in the Salish Sea and its uplands and address water quality and quantity issues in rural Whatcom communities.

RE Sources’ North Sound Baykeeper Team is charged with protecting and restoring the marine and nearshore habitats of the northern Puget Sound region. Taking a collaborative approach, the North Sound Baykeeper partners with businesses, organizations, tribes, schools, and decision makers, offering technical assistance and innovative paths toward greater stewardship. Read more


RE Sources WaterWork program is leading our community toward long-term solutions to water conflicts emerging within our growing County. We use policy, education, and collaboration with governments, tribes, agriculture, private interests, and citizens to ensure smart use of our shared resources. We believe the only way we can ensure enough clean water for people, farms, and fish is if we all work together toward that goal, supporting our leaders with actionable, balanced solutions. 

RE Sources Clean Water work is supported by Recycling and Disposal Services (RDS). Since 1996, RDS has been committed to using progressive recycling technologies, minimizing impact to our environment, and supporting quality of life in Whatcom County.