Upcoming Events

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What:  Informational presentation and discussion on Salmon in the City featuring restoration projects led by the City of Bellingham in Padden, Whatcom and Squalicum Creeks. Light refreshments will be provided.  When: November 2nd, 4pm-5pm Where: Community Meeting Room at NSEA: 3057 E Bakerview Rd.  Who:  Analiese Burns, Habitat Restoration Manager, City of Bellingham is the presenter.  Analiese Burns is the Habitat and Restoration Manager with the Natural Resources Division of the Bellingham Public Works Department.  Analiese obtained a Bachelors of Science in Biology from the University of Washington, and a Masters with an emphasis in Environmental Policy from Western Washington University.  Analiese is passionate about finding common sense, effective ways to balance the built and natural environments.  Her current interests include exploring watershed-level solutions, incentive programs, and strategic planning. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, exploring new trails, volunteering with NSEA, and boating in the Salish Sea. Why:  Knowledge is important, and dialog is critical to increasing our understanding and awareness.  Special thanks to the City of Bellingham &  Whatcom Community Foundation Project Neighborly. 

What:  Informational presentation and discussion on Salmon in the City featuring restoration projects led by the City of Bellingham in Padden, Whatcom and Squalicum Creeks. Light refreshments will be provided. 

When: November 2nd, 4pm-5pm

Where: Community Meeting Room at NSEA: 3057 E Bakerview Rd. 

Who:  Analiese Burns, Habitat Restoration Manager, City of Bellingham is the presenter. 
Analiese Burns is the Habitat and Restoration Manager with the Natural Resources Division of the Bellingham Public Works Department.  Analiese obtained a Bachelors of Science in Biology from the University of Washington, and a Masters with an emphasis in Environmental Policy from Western Washington University.  Analiese is passionate about finding common sense, effective ways to balance the built and natural environments.  Her current interests include exploring watershed-level solutions, incentive programs, and strategic planning. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, exploring new trails, volunteering with NSEA, and boating in the Salish Sea.

Why:  Knowledge is important, and dialog is critical to increasing our understanding and awareness.  Special thanks to the City of Bellingham &  Whatcom Community Foundation Project Neighborly. 


NSEA Community work parties

Work Parties are Always an Option and make a big difference! 

Work Parties are Always an Option and make a big difference!