NSEA Community Work Party w/ City of Bellingham
Join NSEA and the City of Bellingham at the ribbon-cutting of the Squalicum Creek Re-Route Project. We will be continue planting trees and shrubs to restore this forested wetland for coho, chum, winter steelhead, and fall Chinook salmon. Additional information and reminders will be emailed to registered participants. Prior registration required through the City of Bellingham at https://www.volunteerbellingham.org/need/
About Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association
3057 E Bakerview Rd., Bellingham, WA 98226, US
NSEA educates, inspires, and engages the community to take action to keep wild salmon here for future generations.
NSEA works with Whatcom County landowners to improve habitat for salmon, steelhead, cutthroat trout, and native char that has been degraded by past land use practices. NSEA implements 30 new stream restoration projects throughout Whatcom County every year, and also maintains and monitors previously planted restoration sites. NSEA projects provide excellent opportunties for community outreach and public education through direct participation of landowners in salmon habitat restoration. NSEA's school and community education programs provide opportunities for community members to move from awareness to knowledge to action in their own watersheds as neighbors learn the basics of salmon and stream ecology, and environmental stewardship.
Squalicum CreekBellingham, WA 98225
September 17, 2021