Hello Watershed Watchers,
Unfortunately, our staff has made the difficult decision to end our Watershed Watchers Program in the Birch Bay watershed after this month. The good news is we will still be working to provide watershed engagement opportunities for Birch Bay residents and visitors. However, we will be going about it differently to utilize resources better and reach a broader audience.
While this will be the last edition of the monthly volunteer e-newsletter, we will still deliver the BBWARM e-news. We will be sure to include similar content about watershed protection, engagement opportunities, and upcoming events. In addition, we will ensure you are on the list to receive the BBWARM e-newsletter.
We appreciate all your involvement and encourage you to continue your litter pick-up volunteer efforts with Whatcom County Health Department's "Adopt-a-Road" program. If you continue, please keep reporting your volunteer hours each month. Starting in January, there will no longer be a trash can at the Birch Bay Vogt Community Library. If you pick up a large amount of waste, contact Whatcom County Adopt-a-Road Program at 360-778-6400 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a trash pick up.
Thank you for all your work in the Birch Bay Watershed. We hope to see you all at some beach clean-up events in 2023!
Please email us at email@example.com with any questions.