Jamie K. Donaldson

Citizen Journalist • Member since Apr 03, 2019

Jamie K. Donaldson is a long-time activist for peace, social justice, and the environment. She was the founder of the Whatcom Peace & Justice Center in downtown Bellingham, and is retired from the University of British Columbia. She currently serves as president of the Board of Directors of the Bellingham Food Bank. Jamie is also a member of the North Cascades Audubon Society and local Sierra Club.

Articles by Jamie K. Donaldson

Recent comments

"While I’m no scientist, I suspect that the removal of 48 mature conifer trees constitutes a sizeable loss to our community (and the planet) in terms of carbon sequestration, [...]

May 04, 2020 on
WWU - Western - Dislikes Trees

"Advocates for a permanent heron reserve at Post Point have stepped back from recommending that the city use the Greenways program for the land acquisition up on Shorewood Drive.  [...]

Jul 29, 2019 on
Huge Victory toward Creation of the Post Point Great Blue Heron Reserve

"Thank you, Lisa, for this succinct yet thorough overview of the Unity Village proposal.  I am 100% in favor of this project which will be located in my neighborhood next [...]

Jun 11, 2019 on
Unity Village Tiny Home Community Proposed for Fairhaven

"Hello B. Sadie, Thanks for the suggestion.  This organization came across my radar recently.  But truth be told, I think your assumption is right:  CELDF has its [...]

May 20, 2019 on
All Hands on Deck to Help Protect the Great Blue Herons
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