WSU Whatcom County Extension

Baker to Bay Symposium

WSU Whatcom County Extension        

Searching for Certainty in Uncertain Times

Community Perspectives, Challenges, and Solutions – September 20, 2017
State of the Science – September 21, 2017

The Whatcom Watersheds Information Network in association with multiple sponsors is hosting the 2017 Baker to Bay Symposium at the Ferndale Event Center. This two-day event will bring together stakeholders, managers, governments, businesses, community members, and scientists to share information about ecosystem recovery actions in Whatcom County in a manner that combines and coordinates data/research with community interests and needs.

Day 1, September 20th

"Community Perspectives, Challenges, and Solutions"

Day 1 is designed for a general audience and will feature talks on “Who We Are”, “What is Our Effect on the Ecosystem”, and “What are We Doing to Reconcile Human and Ecosystem Needs”. Posters and exhibitors will supplement the presentations followed by a special evening networking event showcasing short local films and appetizers.

Day 2, September 21st

"State of the Science"

Day 2 is formatted to share information on science, research, and the application of knowledge that will help reconcile human and ecosystem needs and strategies for resource management and ecosystem recovery.


Register for the entire event or either day. Sign up early to reserve your space. Lunch and morning refreshments are included with your registration.

Questions? Contact Sue Blake, WSU Extension at: or (360) 778-5812

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