Boatnotes: A Handbook for Boaters on Lake Whatcom
Information specific to boating on Lake Whatcom including regulations,
maintenance, and safety.
Lake Whatcom Watershed
The Lake Whatcom Watershed brochure gives Lake Whatcom statistics and
information on Bellingham's water system. The brochure follows the water as
it travels from the Deming Glacier on Mt. Baker to the diversion dam on the
Middle Fork of the Nooksack River, to the tunnel under Bowman Mountain into
Mirror Lake, to Lake Whatcom, to the water treatment plant and finally to
citizens of Bellingham and Whatcom County.
Salmon Friendly Gardening
This attractive brochure describes how your gardening practices can help
salmon. Inside is a comprehensive list of native plants that are salmon
friendly. The back panel is a list of local resources for plants, compost,
pest information, stream restoration volunteer opportunities, toxics
information and disposal, salmon recovery efforts and plant publications. The
brochure concept and design are courtesy of Seattle Public Utilities.
Stewards of the Lake
A City of Bellingham Guide to the Lake Whatcom Watershed published Spring
This brochure discusses maintenance of storm drains, down spouts and
drainage ditches. Also included are tips on preventing runoff and keeping
pollutants out of the storm drain system. A resource list provides
information on recycling, disposal of toxics and storm drain stenciling.
Photos and text describe Bellingham's Post Point Wastewater Treatment
Facility and the wastewater treatment process.
Photos and text describe Bellingham's water distribution system and