SC Press Releases
Birchwood residents are invited to help reimagine and reinvent their neighborhood with Birchwood KAPOW’s mural painting party on Sunday, October 16, from 11-3pm at Shuksan Meadows Park.
Sustainable Connections announces Business Over Breakfast, a new networking and education series for local businesses. The second instalment of this three-part series will take place on October 5, from 8-9:15 am at Sustainable Connections.
Sustainable Connections announces an impressive lineup of speakers and sessions for their annual Sustainable Design and Development Conference, Northwest Washington’s premier green building and smart growth conference, taking place Wednesday & Thursday November 2-3, at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center.
Sustainable Connections is excited to announce the September Eat Local Month Challenge, and invites all Whatcom County residents to commit to eating local meals in the month of September.
Food To Bank On, a beginning farmer business training project facilitated by Sustainable Connections, is currently accepting applications for up to four new participants in 2017.
Sustainable Connections Food & Farming Program announces the return of a month long celebration in September highlighting local foods, farms, and fishers.
The Community Energy Challenge is one of the most successful energy saving programs in the country, launched right here in Bellingham, and serves Whatcom, Island, Skagit and San Juan Counties.
Sustainable Connections is proud to announce the continued success of its Toward Zero Waste Campaign, a free program which helps businesses reduce the amount of waste they produce and increase the amount they recycle and compost.
Sustainable Connections announces details for the 9th Annual Whatcom County Farm Tour set for Saturday, September 10, 2016.
Throughout the month of July, the Bellingham Energy Prize (BEP) will be celebrating Independents Month with local Bellingham breweries.
Sustainable Connections energy program manager doesn’t just talk the talk, he walks the walk.
Sustainable Connections encourages residents to “go local” by supporting as many locally owned businesses as possible during this year’s Independents Month.
Do it yourself-ers will delight in a weekend of exploring innovative, eco-friendly homes during Sustainable Connections 14th annual Imagine This! Home & Landscape Tour in Whatcom County on June 25, 2016.
Sustainable Connections, in partnership with the Community Food Co-op, Terra Organic and Natural Foods, the Bellingham Farmers Market, and the Downtown Bellingham Partnership invites the public to attend the Downtown Market Walk on July 9th from 11am-3pm.
Sustainable Connections along with local business partners Ecotech Solar, Western Solar, and Itek Energy has completed the community solar purchasing program, Solarize Whatcom, with fantastic success.
Bellevue and Bellingham are neck-and-neck in a national contest to be the greenest mid-sized city in the country.
On May 21, the wholesale nursery Cascade Cuts opens its doors to the public - just one day every year – as a fundraiser for Sustainable Connections Food & Farming Program.
Whatcom County, WA, April 11, 2016 - Sustainable Connections helps businesses and residents connect with local CSAs via the 2016 CSA Farmers List.