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A new soundtrack for Lake Whatcom

A new soundtrack for Lake Whatcom

Posted by Mitch Friedman at Sep 12, 2012 10:05 AM |

UPDATE Mar 12, 2013. The Whatcom County Council voted 5-2 to pass the long overdue Lake Whatcom Forest Preserve. A big thank you to all the supporters who attended the meeting and encouraged a 'yes' vote. We will keep you up-to-date with what this means for Lake Whatcom and what the next steps will be. Lake Whatcom Park’s new soundtrack: ANTICIPATION, ANTICIPA-YAY-TION, IT’S MAKING ME WAIT... The pursuit of land reconveyance to establish a great new Lake Whatcom Forest Preserve Park has begun to feel like an old Heinz Ketchup commercial. Perhaps we’ll invite Carly Simon to perform at the next County Council meeting.

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A holiday gift for Whatcom County

A holiday gift for Whatcom County

You can't even hike in the municipal watersheds of Seattle or Portland, much less conduct commercial logging on steep slopes. But around Lake Whatcom, people reside, drive cars and jet skis, and even clear cut steep slopes on public land. We can help ameliorate our declining water quality with a forest preserve.

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Nature's geoengineers give a dam about climate change

Nature's geoengineers give a dam about climate change

Posted by Erin Moore at Jun 14, 2010 05:20 PM |
Filed under: climate change watersheds

Recently we hear a lot about the marvels of geoengineering that may or may not reduce climate change effects. Seriously SciFi stuff comes out of our very large brains. Is there there an engineer already out there that can make a difference? I'd like to introduce you nature's coolest engineers...the kind with no pocket protectors.

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