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Celebrating Pride Month! Learn about some amazing organizations doing work at the intersection of sustainability and LGBTQ+ issues below: Out There Adventures Out There Adventures is a nonprofit organization that works to foster positive identity development and empowerment for young LGBTQ+ people through experiential outdoor learning activities. They believe that every young person deserves the …

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Stewart Mountain Community Forest Riparian Reserve, RCO Grant Request by Whatcom Land Trust. Communications and Outreach Director Karen Parkerkarenparker@whatcomlandtrust.org Bellingham – The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO), Community Forests Program ranked our Stewart Mountain project at 8 out of 15 and will get funded if the Governor and Legislature fund the …

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Please help support our Annual Appeal November 2020 to February 2021 Our Resilient Nature, Our Resilient Community The COVID-19 virus is taking its toll on the health and well-being of our community, country and world. We are deeply concerned, and are working to support our local service agencies, and reflect on what we as a …

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Conservation Alliance Grant Helps Protect 1,000 Additional Acres of Skookum Creek Wildlife Corridor Press Contact: Jill Clark, Philanthropy Directorjill@whatcomlandtrust.org/ 360-746-3423 Bellingham, WA. (October 20, 2020) –  Whatcom Land Trust received a $45,000 grant from The Conservation Alliance to help fund the permanent protection of an additional 1,000 acres in the Skookum Creek Wildlife Corridor. …

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Press Release – June 7th, 2020 Whatcom Land Trust, in partnership with the Washington State Department of Ecology, has received a grant funded by the US Fish & Wildlife Coastal Wetlands Program to purchase and restore four properties totaling 54.66 acres of coastal wetland habitat and 6,500 feet of shoreline. All four properties are situated along California Creek, a major …

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Annual Appeal November 2020 to February 2021 Our Resilient Nature, Our Resilient Community The COVID-19 virus is taking its toll on the health and well-being of our community, country and world. We are deeply concerned, are working to support our local service agencies, and reflect on what we as a conservation organization can offer our …

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