Volunteer

Photo courtesy of Whatcom County

For decades, Lake Whatcom Watershed residents have been doing their part to help protect Lake Whatcom for future generations. You can join these efforts by becoming a Lake Whatcom Watershed Volunteer. Learn more below about the ways you can help.

Photo courtesy of Whatcom County

Watershed Watchers

Become a Watershed Watcher and help protect Lake Whatcom. Watershed watchers help keep Lake Whatcom clean by:

  • Reporting flooding, erosion, and pollution

  • Picking up litter

  • Keeping storm drains clear of debris

Photo by Teagan Ward

Photo sharing

Share your photos of Lake Whatcom, the surrounding forests and trails, and the people and wildlife that call this beautiful place home. Your photos may be published in Lake Whatcom reports or be used in education and outreach materials!

Photo by Victoria Ryan

Pet waste ambassador program

Are you passionate about poop pick-up? Join our team of neighborhood ambassadors and help us spread the message that picking up after your pet is the right thing to do!