Join us for support in navigating Bellingham’s upcoming single-use plastic ban. Learn strategies and resources. Bring your questions and ideas. Check out compostable containers and take home samples to try with your products. This special event is designed to support Spanish speakers but is open to all.
Contact: Emily Larson Kubiak, Energy Efficiency & Renewables Program Manager Phone: (360) 647-7093 x113 E-mail: Emily@sustainableconnections.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Energize Whatcom Campaign BELLINGHAM, WA, June 15, 2021 | The Port of Bellingham has partnered with Sustainable Connections and the Community Energy Challenge to launch Energize Whatcom. This campaign aims to bring together numerous resources available […]
MEDIA RELEASE PSE awards more than $1 million in solar installation grants All 15 recipients offer support services to low-income and BIPOC community members within PSE’s service area BELLEVUE, Wash. (Feb. 25, 2021) – As an ongoing effort to provide assistance to our communities, an effort that is heightened by the ongoing impacts of […]
Contact: Amy Vergillo, Communications Director Phone: 360-647-7093 x105 E-mail: Amy@sustainableconnections.org More Info: www.thinklocalfirst.org www.sustainableconnections.org/sasquatchs-sweet-sixteen/ FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BELLINGHAM, WA, February 1, 2021 – Sustainable Connections is proud to announce The Sweet Sixteen, a specially curated list of sixteen sweet treats from locally- owned Whatcom County businesses. From tried-and-true favorite desserts like tiramisu from D’Anna’s […]
Contact: Sara Southerland, Food & Farming Director Phone: (360) 647-7093 x 114 Email: email@example.com WASHINGTON STATE, July 29, 2020 A new Eat Local First Washington Directory helps to connect Washington State residents with local farms and farmers markets in one place. The Eat Local First WA Directory is a project of the Eat Local […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Mark Peterson, Sustainable Business Manager, Sustainable Connections Mark@SustainableConnections.org 360-647-7093 x116 (Bellingham, WA) July 22, 2020 –Thanks to WSDA Food Assistance Program support channeled through Bellingham Food Bank, Farmers Market vendors and the Bellingham Farmers Market itself will see up to $35,000 in new income for their contributions to local hunger […]