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Our office is moving in July!

NOTE: June 30, 2022 will be the last day we will be open so we can pack and move.

Research projects and community programs scheduled outside of our physical office will continue as planned. If you need to reach us, email us (wsu.whatcom@wsu.edu) or leave us a message on our voicemail, (360) 778-5806, so we can respond to you as soon as possible.

We will open at our new location on July 18th at: 600 Dupont Street, Bellingham, WA

Natural Resources

Whatcom County possesses abundant natural resources including a marine coastline, numerous rivers and streams, productive forests and agricultural lands, diverse flora and fauna, and clean air.

Our natural resources and the quality of our environment greatly contribute to the economy and quality of life in our County.

The goal of Extension’s natural resource programs is to enhance and protect these resources through science-based management and informed environmental stewardship.

 

Newsletters

Water Currents is a publication of WSU Extension’s Water Resources Team. The biennial newsletter features Extension projects, research, field notes, and educational outreach programs, with a focus on Washington state’s water quality.
– Water Currents Newsletter

– Shore Stewards Newsletter

Cheryl Lovato Niles
Water Resources Educator
clniles@wsu.edu
(360) 778-5812


Kevin Zobrist
Regional Extension Specialist, Forest Stewardship
kevin.zobrist@wsu.edu
600 128th St SE
Everett, WA 98208-6353
(425) 357-6017
http://snohomish.wsu.edu/forestry
http://www.facebook.com/wsuforestry