Thank you to all the community members who came out to California Creek in support of our Southern Resident Orcas on October 15th! Over 65 volunteers worked hard to plant 238 native plants and remove over three cubic yards of invasive blackberries along California Creek. Read more about this day of action on Whatcom Conservation District’s Latest News blog.
Orca recovery doesn’t stop at Orca Recovery Day. There is strength in numbers if we all contribute to orca recovery! Check out the actions you can take every day to help orcas at betterground.org.
Join BBWARM, Whatcom Conservation District, and Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association at a Terrell Creek Restoration Party on November 19th and November 26th! Learn more and register on the NSEA website.
What is BBWARM?
The Birch Bay Watershed and Aquatic Resources Management (BBWARM) District is the stormwater management district for the Birch Bay watershed managed by the Whatcom County Public Works Stormwater Division and a citizen advisory committee. BBWARM was established by the Whatcom County Council to address citizen concerns about water quality, flooding, and the loss of aquatic habitat. Visit our website to learn about BBWARM programs, history, and funding.