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Help Protect The Northwest

Take action with RE Sources on everything from climate change to water protections. Make sure to check back regularly for new campaigns and other ways to stay involved! Sign up for our updates and never miss a chance to take action.

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Take the 100% Northwest pledge — We’ll connect you to local clean energy actions!

Our 100% Northwest campaign’s main goal is to transition Northwest Washington to a 100% clean energy economy by 2030 by advocating for smart policies, informing residents about practical clean energy solutions and widening community outreach. It just needs people-power!

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Tell City of Bellingham: No toxic biosolids on food crops & parks

The City of Bellingham is planning to digest the sewage solids from Post Point Wastewater Treatment Plant, producing biosolids to spread on local land. Biosolids are a concentrated chemical concoction of persistent, bioaccumulative toxics such as carcinogenic PFAS/PCBs, pharmaceuticals, flame retardants, petroleum products and pathogens. When sewage solids are applied to land, the chemicals do not stay put — they are suspended by wind, washed into streams with rain, migrate deeper into the soil, seep into groundwater, and are absorbed by plants and the animals that graze on them. Please send Bellingham City Council members a message before they meet on April 25th, urging them to NOT allow the land spreading of biosolids. 

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Attend a monthly beach cleanup

To combat plastic pollution in the Salish Sea, RE Sources regularly 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. Bagels provided by The Bagelry at our 2022 cleanups!

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Ongoing Actions


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Never miss an action from RE Sources by signing up for our text message updates!

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Join North Sound Stewards

We train residents of Whatcom County to become community scientists and participate in beach surveys. Community scientists are integral to support important conservation work that underfunded government agencies are often stretched too thin to do. The North Sound Stewards program serves as a hub for community science in Whatcom and Skagit Counties, pairing you up with the best fit for your interests. There are opportunities for every skill set and experience level, from kayaking to data entry to photography.

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Sign Up to Volunteer

Want to help make a difference in northwest Washington? Sign up to volunteer with RE Sources! From beach cleanups to postcard writing events, we have all kinds of ways to get involved and protect this place you love.

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Past Actions

Visit our digest of past actions for a sense of the kind of opportunities you can expand RE Sources to share throughout the year.