“Bellingham Bay Habitat: Past, Present and Future” is the focus of a Wednesday, Feb. 25, presentation in the lecture room at the Bellingham Public Library.
The free event is 7 to 9 p.m. at 210 Central Ave.
The public forum will explore how the bay’s habitat has evolved from the 19th century to today. That will include what habitat existed historically, the impact from industrial development and recent efforts to restore habitat in the bay.
Hosted by RE Sources Clean Water program, the forum will feature officials from the city of Bellingham as well as the Port of Bellingham.
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Details are at re-sources.org and 360-733-8307.