• Tour a Bellingham waterfront cleanup site

    Between Boulevard Park and downtown Bellingham, trees were milled, stored and chemically treated for decades. Now, the RG Haley site is being cleaned up to become a public park three times larger than Boulevard Park.

  • Watch: Water from the Woods

    The latest short film from RE Sources' Future Forests campaign follows Land and Water Policy Manager Alexander Harris on a journey down the Nooksack River, from timberline to shoreline.

  • From Tree to Sea: This place needs champions like you

    Watch how one Northwesterner turns her love for the Salish Sea into action, and find how you can do the same.

  • black lives matter

    RE Sources and The RE Store stand against racism, white supremacy, police violence and the ingrained structures and institutions that enable and perpetuate them.

  • A voice for science

    For 20+ years, RE Sources' local Waterkeeper has been a crucial voice for science, ensuring that the public’s interest has a seat at the table — not just industry and government. Call or text the pollution hotline: (360) 220-0556

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