RE Sources’ collaborations regionally and across sectors have produced some of our most salient victories over the decades.

Our deep roots and broad connections in northwest Washington enables us to mobilize people — to take action for the places we love and values we stand for. We partner with many local and regional businesses that share our common goal to protect our region’s environment, climate and communities of northwest Washington. We are grateful to our business partners for their contributions of sustaining funds and services.

Interested in exploring the benefits of partnering with RE Sources? Learn more about our Business Partnerships.

Supporting Partners

Heritage Bank

Community Partners and Coalitions

Our most important strategy is working in coalitions and partnerships with tribes, organizations and agencies to catalyze community action and amplify our collective impact. We are proud to work with the following:

  • BlueGreen Alliance
  • Center for Environmental Law & Policy
  • Center for Responsible Forestry
  • Climate Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy
  • Cherry Point Aquatic Reserve Citizen Stewardship Committee
  • Common Threads Farm
  • Department of Ecology
  • Fidalgo Bay Aquatic Reserve Citizen Stewardship Committee
  • Lummi Nation
  • Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association (NSEA)
  • North Cascades Institute
  • Northwest Education Service District 189
  • Puget Sound Environmental Caucus
  • Puget Soundkeeper
  • Pickford Film Center
  • Stand Up to Oil
  • Salish Sea Collective
  • Surfrider
  • Sustainable Connections
  • Washington Conservation Action
  • Waterkeeper Alliance
  • Whatcom Food Network
  • Whatcom Marine Resources Coalition
  • Whatcom Million Trees Project
  • Water Resource Inventory Area (WRIA) 1 Environmental Caucus
  • Wild Whatcom