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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 […]
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. […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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! […]
If you love the work RE Sources does and are ready to take your support one step further, please join us at our office on Wednesday, June 29th, from 5:00pm […]
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 […]
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 […]