JUNE 29, 2015 Nick Belcaster
Western students will be able to explore the idea of social justice in environmental issues next year with a new minor program created by Huxley College of the Environment.
The new environmental justice minor is slated to be offered starting winter quarter 2016, and will attempt to enlighten students as to how different social groups are affected by any environmental problem, said Tim O’Melia, a junior at Western. Continue reading
18 mins June 30, 2015 Dena Jensen
This is a share from Forest Ethics and RE Sources. Check out the list of people on the panel; should be a very interesting and informative evening! Please share and invite those you know.
Whatcom County Residents are invited to the Oil Train Impacts Public Forum, hosted by ForestEthics and RE Sources for Sustainable Communities, will be held at the Bellingham Public Library, 210 Central Avenue on Thursday, July 9, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. The general public is invited to attend this presentation free of charge. Continue reading
Sat Jun 27, 2015 James Wells
Our local Bloedel Donovan Park is a great wonder. All kinds of people come from all over for a picnic, or a swim, or to play ball.
Recently, a piece of our park was swallowed up by a rowing club, under some agreement with the parks department. An area of public parking was replaced by a locked boathouse, available only to members of the association. But don’t worry, your family can join – for only $400 per year. Continue reading
4 hrs June 27, 2015 Joy Gilfilen
Below is a narrative look at the pattern of what has been happening in these negotiations with Jack as the corporate leader of our county.
It clearly shows the history of manipulation that Jack Louws has now accelerated as he is trying to force Bellingham into a pre-mature agreement. Continue reading