Founded in 1982, RE Sources is a Bellingham-based nonprofit organization working to mobilize people in Northwest Washington to build just and thriving communities and to protect the land, water and climate on which we all depend. We catalyze community action to build a lasting legacy for all of us — clean water, protected shorelines, an end to dangerous fossil fuel projects, and recovery for orcas and salmon.
To celebrate GiveBIG 2023, we're premiering our new short film, Hope for the Salish Sea. Filmed on San Juan Island, the video explores one Northwestern's unique connection to the Salish Sea.
We hope Caitlyn's story inspires you to show your love for the Salish Sea by supporting RE Sources’ work to protect this iconic place. Make a gift toward our $5,000 GiveBIG 2023 fundraising goal and have your gift matched dollar for dollar. In addition, your gift of any amount will automatically enter you in a drawing to win some top-notch Patagonia gear* (generously donated by our friends at Patagonia Seattle) for your next Salish Sea adventure.
The health of our watersheds, forests, rivers, farms, cities, shorelines and communities are all connected to the health of the Salish Sea. That’s why RE Sources works across these Northwest Washington landscapes to advocate and educate for environmental protections and climate action.
*Learn more about our gear drawing and ways to enter.