Shoreline erosion management topic of June 28 workshop

port-susan-bluffConcerned about shoreline erosion on your coastal property? Shoreline landowners in Whatcom County are invited to attend a free workshop on coastal process and shoreline erosion management.

Saturday, June 28, 2014
1:00-4:30 pm
Blaine Boating Ceneter, 235 Marine Drive

Learn about beach and bluff processes, native vegetation options for slope stabilty and habitat, shoreline permitting and regulations, and more. workshop includes classroom presentation followed by a  beach walk to see beach habitat, explain feeder bluff and beach geologic processes, and answer participant questions. A limited number of participants in priority locations may be eligible to receive a free, follow-up site visit from a professional consultant. Registration is preferred by calling 360-733-1725 or register online here.

 

Northwest Straits Foundation

The Northwest Straits Foundation works to protect and restore the marine resources of the Northwest Straits through restoration, collaborative stewardship, and community engagement at the local and regional level.

The Foundation is the non-profit partner of the Northwest Straits Marine Conservation Initiative, a nationally recognized collaborative model for marine conservation of the Northwest Straits. We work in partnership with Northwest Straits Commission, the seven County Marine Resources Committees, community volunteers, tribes, federal, state, and local agencies, universities, as well as non-profit organizations and businesses to create a vibrant marine ecosystem— now and for the future.

 

Contact Us

Northwest Straits Foundation
1155 N State St Ste 402
Bellingham WA 98225
(360)733-1725
foundation@nwstraits.org

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