SC Press Releases
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.
Boundary Bay invites the public to attend an Earth Day celebration on April 22 from 4-6pm.
Sustainable Connections awarded five Whatcom County businesses as sustainability champions at the organization’s 14th annual All Members Meeting.
Sustainable Connections is pleased to announce a number of new personnel changes.
To celebrate great design, The Northwest Washington Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (NWAIA) is pleased to announce the 2016 Architectural Design Awards.
Sustainable Connections announces the release of the 2016-17 Whatcom Food & Farm Finder and the NW Washington Culinary Agritourism Map.
The 2016 Whatcom Food Farm Finder is a comprehensive guide to local farms and food in NW Washington. Deadlines are fast approaching to be included in The Whatcom Food & Farm Finder and Culinary Agritourism Map.
Sustainable Connections announces plans for the second annual Bellingham Placemaking Design Competition to kick off January 5, 2016.
Sustainable Connections along with local business partners Ecotech Solar, Western Solar and Itek Energy announce a new community solar purchasing program titled Solarize Whatcom.
Sustainable Connections invites the public to attend a CSA Fair on March 26 at Boundary Bay’s Beer Garden from 2-4pm.
Sustainable Connections is seeking nominations and entries for the 14th annual Sustainability Champion Awards.
Sustainable Connections announces its impressive lineup of speakers for their annual Sustainable Design and Development Conference, Northwest Washington’s premier green building and smart growth conference
Sustainable Connections is currently accepting applications for up to four new participants in the 2016 Food To Bank On project.
A new pilot program offers funding, technical assistance and marketing support to help achieve better home performance.
Sustainable Connections Food & Farming Program announces the return of a month long celebration in September highlighting local foods, farmers, and fishers.
Sustainable Connections is proud to offer additional resources and assistance to Whatcom County businesses looking to reduce waste by increasing their recycling and composting efforts.
The Whatcom County YMCA’s downtown Bellingham location announced that they are replacing all of their old, inefficient fluorescent lighting with new LED fixtures.
Market to bring vibrancy to a hidden space downtown.