January 17th - MLK Jr. Day of Service Whatcom Creek 10am-1pm
Join NSEA and the City of Bellingham Parks Volunteer Program on Monday, January 17th from 10am to 1pm as we work to remove non-native and invasive plant species, plant new trees and shrubs, spread mulch, and maintain the restoration site along Whatcom Creek at Red Tail Reach. Click here for more details and directions to the site.
Annual Community Celebration - Thursday, February 24th
Come join NSEA for this free event celebrating 21 years of community commitment to wild salmon recovery!
For more information, contact Amanda Allen at 360-715-0283 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Enjoy delicious light refreshments
- Celebrate the partnerships and community supporters that make NSEA's salmon recovery work possible.
- Learn more about NSEA's 2010 accomplishments and our ongoing work to restore sustainable wild salmon runs in Whatcom County.
- Renew your NSEA membership or become a member for the first time.
- Discover new ways to get involved with NSEA.
Salmon Smart Tip - Ride the Baker Bus
Are you as excited as we are to get in on some of
that powder action at Mt. Baker this winter? Do you ever wish you could
get a carpool together, or maybe just find a way to get there without
having to drive? Well the Glacier community and Cascade Adventures have
come together to make this happen - yeah!!!
The Baker Bus
provides reasonably priced transportation to skiers and snowboarders
every day from Kendall, Maple Falls, and Glacier to the Mt. Baker Ski
Area and from Bellingham to the Mt. Baker Ski Area on weekends and
holidays. Bellinghamsters interested in riding the bus on weekdays can
travel by WTA bus to Kendall and meet the Baker Bus there (schedules are coordinated).
the Baker Bus is a great way to save some money, save yourself the long
drive, and help save the environment and our local wild salmon
populations. Carpooling on the Baker Bus reduces the amount of cars
driving up the Mt. Baker Highway, which reduces carbon emissions into
our atmosphere and also helps to lessen the amount of rubber and
hazardous metals from entering the Nooksack River Basin. Each year
in the USA nearly 650,000 tons of rubber is worn off of tires and ends
up washing off the roads into our rivers and streams, which negatively affects water quality and the health of our salmon.
For schedules and more information about the Baker Bus, please visit their website.