SC Press Releases
Music, beer, farmers and fun!
Sustainable Connections announces plans to reveal the top ten KAPOW finalists at Bellingham’s sixth annual PechaKucha.
Community leaders are celebrated with an awards ceremony
Deadline for inclusion in the Whatcom Food & Farm Finder and Culinary Agritourism Map is February 6th
Declaration illustrates the state’s business community’s strong support for taking action to address global warming.
Operations are well under way to expand their Food and Farming program
Sustainable Connections has completed and launched their latest organizational strategic plan outlining goals and strategies that will guide the work of the organization over the next 3 years.
Marketing and Networking among Topics for Annual Food & Farming Event
Sustainable Connections announces plans for a Downtown Bellingham Placemaking Design Competition to kick off January 5, 2015.
Sustainable Connections Announces Tools, Materials and Events to Help You Celebrate Locally.
Sustainable Connections announces its impressive lineup of speakers for their annual Sustainable Design and Development Conference, Northwest Washington’s premier educational conference.
Sustainable Connections has partnered with BALLE (Business Alliance for Local Living Economies) and B Lab to provide a free online tool for businesses to measure what matters.
Sustainable Connections announces keynote speaker Vincent Stanley of Patagonia for their final session of The Future of Business Speaker Series.
Keynote speaker Aaron Fairchild of Green Canopy Homes will discuss how his team incorporates a triple bottom line theory in their work rebuilding Seattle homes with green materials
Sustainable Connections announces details for a walking tour that highlights local businesses taking action to protect Whatcom Creek and making our downtown more vibrant.
Sustainable Connections announces details for a walking tour of the City’s new DIG project (Downtown Improvement Gardens).
This annual event will showcase locally produced wine and spirits by members of the Whatcom Winery and Distillery Association and is quickly becoming one of the most celebrated events of the summer.
Every year, more tourists and visitors interested in experiencing local culture, tasting farm products, and learning about unique farms take part in the tour on the second Saturday of September.
Sustainable Connections encourages Bellingham and Whatcom County residents to launch into eating local year-round by participating in a 10-Day Local Food Challenge.
Sustainable Connections is currently accepting applications for up to three new participants in the 2015 Food To Bank On project, a beginning farmer business training project facilitated by Sustainable Connections’ Food & Farming Program.