Mount Baker: Whatcom • Skagit • SanJuan

Contact the Group
email:

MtBaker@washington.sierraclub.org

Group Events Calendar
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OFFICERS

Chair: Judith Akins

Vice-Chair: Stan Parker

Secretary:

Treasurer: Natalie McClendon

Mentor for Committees: Bob Aegerter

NEXT BUSINESS MEETING

April will be the potluck. All members are welcome to attend and participate in the meeting. Call Chair Judith Akins at 360-982-8599 with questions.

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Spring Potluck

Where: Sunrise Clubhouse 2121 Birch Circle, Bellingham 98229

When: April 11, 6 - 9 pm

Who: All members of SIerra Club and those interested in joining.

 Speaker: Lee First Pollution Prevention Specialist, Re-Sources
            Ann Russell Clean Water Program Manager, Re-Sources

 The Spring Mt Baker Group meeting will be a potluck dinner at 6. To help our environment, please bring a dish to share, your own dinnerware and cutlery, and the MBG will provide coffee, tea and drinks. The speakers will give us an overview of the water issues facing our present and future here; both water quality and quantity. Following the speakers we will discuss ongoing issues: oil by rail, Bellingham Waterfront Cleanup and plans and more.

We will also be asking for your help with our three committees which need active participation.

  • Political/Legislative Committee This committee will focus on local, state issues as pertains to SC issues pertaining to the environment.
  • Salmon/Water Committee - This committee will focus on regional water quantity and quality issues.
  • Outings Committee - This committee will plan outdoor experiences for group. *100th Year Anniversary of National Parks.

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OUTINGS

Annual SIERRA CLUB OUTING!
DIOBSUD CREEK RAINFOREST TRAIL MAINTENANCE[NEW DATE] Bring the family! Saturday, May 21st, 8:00 am - 3:00 pm Help with the annual upkeep of the delightful Diobsud Creek Trail in Skagit County, above a wild river gorge in one of the state's largest unprotected roadless areas. This trail is a well-kept secret for its old growth forests, mossy beauty, wildflowers, and ready access. Easy work and hike, no experience required, families and kids welcome, hand tools supplied. Please wear work clothes, gloves, and boots suitable for wet conditions. 3-4 mi round trip. Stay as long as you wish. Sign up details next month.