Join us on Friday, October 13th, following the Squalicum Creek Walk, to work with Bellingham Parks and Recreation to remove invasive weeds from the Bay to Baker trail. They will furnish gloves and tools, but recommend you wear long sleeves and pants. We will meet at the top of the stairs above the parking lot where we meet for the walk.
Free, public tours of some of Bellingham’s most valuable natural resources start in Sept.
by Natural Resources, Public Works / August 22, 2017 (Tuesday)
Whatcom, Squalicum, and Padden Creeks are among Bellingham’s most valuable local natural resources, bringing life to local salmon populations and fresh water to Bellingham Bay. Each stream has a rich, unique history and a story to tell.
This September, the community is invited to three tours where you’ll learn how these vital waterways have changed over time, what the City of Bellingham is doing to help protect them for the future, and how you can help.
Squalicum Creek Tour: Meet at the Sunset Pond Park at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 7.
Featuring information on the Squalicum Creek Re-route habitat restoration project.
Padden Creek Tour: Meet near the pavilion in Fairhaven Park at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 14.
Featuring information on the Padden Creek Daylighting and Padden Estuary habitat restoration projects.
Whatcom Creek Tour: Meet at the lower Civic Athletic Complex Parking lot at the corner of Fraser and Puget 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21.
Featuring information on the Red Tail Reach and Cemetery Creek habitat restoration projects.
The City of Bellingham’s Habitat Restoration Program is part of the Natural Resources division of Public Works. The Natural Resources division delivers meaningful, durable and cost-effective programs and natural resource services to the citizens of Bellingham to provide clean, abundant waters and intact ecosystems. Learn more at www.cob.org/environment.