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Climate Activist Meeting (January)

Meet your neighbors who want to make a difference at our monthly Climate Activist Meetings. Get the latest updates and plan actions for accelerating a just transition to a clean energy economy, while protecting the Salish Sea and people from hazardous fossil fuel shipment expansions. NOTE - our newsletter had an incorrect date; the correct […]

Clean & Abundant Water Lobby Week 2022

It's easier than you may think to advocate for laws that keep the Salish Sea clean and fresh water resources safe. We'll be with you every step of the way. We’re calling on our community to join us for Clean & Abundant Water Lobby Week from January 31st to February 4th, where we’ll help make […]

February monthly beach cleanup at I&J Waterway

I & J Waterway 1000 Hilton Ave, Bellingham, WA

Our February cleanup theme is ❤️ Your Oceans! To combat plastic pollution in the Salish Sea, RE Sources hosts beach cleanups — as well as cleanups along rivers and lakes — throughout Whatcom and Skagit counties, providing cleanup equipment and a place to connect with like-minded community members. Join us on Valentine's Day, February 14th […]

March monthly cleanup at Locust Beach

Locust Beach 3199 Locust Ave, Bellingham, WA

Our March cleanup theme is World Water Day, celebrated every year an annual United Nations Observance on March 22 started in 1993 to celebrate water and raise awareness of the 2 billion people currently living without access to safe water. To combat plastic pollution in the Salish Sea, RE Sources and Surfrider Foundation hosts beach cleanups — as well […]

Beach cleanup for Earth Day!

Birch Bay State Park 7290 Birch Bay Dr, Blaine, WA

RSVP (suggested) Earth Day is coming up and you want to make a difference. Grab a trash grabber and meet us at the beach! To combat plastic pollution in the Salish Sea, RE Sources hosts beach cleanups — as well as cleanups along rivers and lakes — throughout Whatcom and Skagit counties, providing cleanup equipment […]

Help beachgoers appreciate and protect beaches—No experience needed

RE Sources 2309 Meridian St, Bellingham, WA

Help beachgoers appreciate and protect beaches as a Beach Steward! With some extraordinary low tides expected this summer in Whatcom County and an influx of people finding new ways to get outdoors during the pandemic, our waterways need a little extra TLC — and we all have a part to play to protect beaches. Be […]

Help beachgoers appreciate and protect beaches—No experience needed

RE Sources 2309 Meridian St, Bellingham, WA

Help beachgoers appreciate and protect beaches as a Beach Steward! With some extraordinary low tides expected this summer in Whatcom County and an influx of people finding new ways to get outdoors during the pandemic, our waterways need a little extra TLC — and we all have a part to play to protect beaches. Be […]

Beach cleanup for Orca Month + World Oceans Day

Semiahmoo Park 9261 Semiahmoo Pkwy, Blaine

RSVP (suggested) Every June is Orca Month. If you've ever been awed by one of these incredible cetaceans, help keep their habitat (and the beaches we love to visit) clean! Join us on Wednesday, June 8th from 4–6 p.m. at Semiahmoo Park (9261 Semiahmoo Pkwy, Blaine. Here's a map). Bagels will be provided by The […]

July Beach Cleanup

Cherry Point Aquatic Reserve 4601 Gulf Road, Ferndale, WA

Grab a trash grabber and meet us at the beach! To combat plastic pollution in the Salish Sea, RE Sources hosts beach cleanups — as well as cleanups along rivers and lakes — throughout Whatcom and Skagit counties, providing cleanup equipment and a place to connect with like-minded community members. Join us Tuesday, July 5th […]

Trash cleanup by kayak!

Community Boating Center 555 Harris Ave, Bellingham, WA

Get garbage out of those hard-to-reach places along our waterfront! Get outside on a beautiful day and make a difference! Beach cleanups by land are awesome, but when you take to the water with us, we'll help keep trash out of the Salish Sea in places that are harder to access otherwise — and therefore […]