Baker to Bellingham Recreation Plan
DNR is developing a plan to guide outdoor recreation on DNR-managed working forests across the Whatcom County area for the next 10 to 15 years. To view a map of the recreation planning area, click here. For a more detailed version, click here.
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View a DNR presentation from our Jan. 19 open house in Bellingham and our Jan. 20 open house in Lynden. To see a list of topics discussed with DNR staff at stations following the presentation, click here. For a summary of comments we recieved at our Jan. 19 and 20 open houses, click here. To see more of our Baker to Bellingham Recreation Plan open houses, visit our blog.
See comments the public shared with us in winter 2016.
The Baker to Bellingham Recreation Planning Committee
The Baker to Bellingham Recreation Planning Committee makes recomendations to the Washington State Departments of Natural Resources (DNR) to guide the development of the future Baker to Bellingham Recreation Plan. The committee represents the interests of governments, communities, partners, and stakeholder groups reflecting the priorities of the broad cross-section of Washingtonians who cherish recreation on state lands in Whatcom County. Recreation planning committee meetings are currently held monthly at the Rome Grange Hall, and are open to all members of the public.