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Grant History 1999-2016

RE Sources for Sustainable Communities 1999b

on Wed, Oct 1, 2014 at 7:59 PM


Program Area(s)
Grantee NameRE Sources for Sustainable Communities
Websitewww.re-sources.org
Description

RE Sources for sustainable Communities works to educate and engage members of the public, government, business, and nonprofit organizations in local environmental issues. A $30,000 grant supports the organization’s water quality work, including groundwater contamination monitoring and kayak pollution patrols, plus additional organizational development and outreach activities. A $5,000 grant supports a SAFE Bellingham citizen campaign to delay the reopening of the Olympic Pipeline until a full investigation of the recent disaster in Bellingham is completed and more stringent safety controls are in place.

Grant Amount$35000
Project Dates08/16/99 - 08/16/00
Serving United States / Washington