WASHINGTON, Whatcom CD – Whatcom Conservation District is partnering with Whatcom County and the City of Bellingham to offer the Lake Whatcom Homeowner Incentive Program (HIP). We need an experienced and enthusiastic professional whose primary responsibility will be to effectively assist Lake Whatcom watershed homeowners through the HIP […]
WASHINGTON, Whatcom CD — With fish in trouble due to lack of stream flow, the agricultural community worked alongside the conservation and environmental community to help relocate the fish where water was still free flowing. Aneka Sweeney with Whatcom Conservation District joined crews from @Whatcomctygov and @CityofBhamWA to […]
WASHINGTON, Whatcom CD — A free workshop titled “Sound Horsekeeping: Equine Farm Planning,” part of the Whatcom Conservation District 2018-19 Farm Speakers Series, starts at 6 p.m. Thursday, July 19, in Sunset Farm Equine Park, 7981 Blaine Rd. The special guests will be Michael Hipp, equine conservation planner […]
WASHINGTON, Whatcom CD — Back on March 13, an election for a Whatcom Conservation District supervisor position took place. More than three months later, the results of it are still not finalized. Efforts to get the election overturned — or to get it certified — have played out […]
WASHINGTON, Whatcom CD – Free beach fun for all ages is planned for the Beach Fest and Feast from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 2, at Birch Bay State Park…Educational displays, demonstrations and exhibits will be provided by the Marine Mammal Stranding Network, Orca Network, Birch […]
WASHINGTON – Just days after voters narrowly elected Alan Chapman to serve on the Whatcom Conservation District’s board of supervisors, its secretary and treasurer Joe Heller announced his resignation.
WASHINGTON – The governor showed gratitude for the work of the Appel family and their project partners, the Whatcom Conservation District, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and Diking District #3.