Updated information on water quality, subwatershed master planning, and our first BBWARM newsletter

posted Sep 20, 2012, 9:39 AM by Ingrid Enschede   [ updated Sep 20, 2012, 10:00 AM ]
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The BBWARM website has been updated with new documents and information reviewed at our September BBWARM Advisory Committee meeting.  The latest water quality monitoring data report and maps are available on our Water Quality page.  Learn about the in-depth planning work currently underway in the Central-North Subbasins in Birch Bay and how BBWARM will be using that information to identify and prioritize future capital projects by view last night's presentation by visiting our Urban Subwatershed Master Plan page.  The very first BBWARM newsletter was mailed to BBWARM property owners in August.  If you missed the newsletter in mail you can download a copy on our Education & Outreach page.  Finally, if you find a stranded marine mammal please contact the Whatcom Marine Mammal Stranding Network at 360-966-8845 or www.wmmsn.org.