Madisun Tobisch (she/her) is a third-year news/editorial major who has worked for The Front in some capacity since winter 2022. After all this time, her love of local news and celebrating the voices of her community keep her coming back for more. As returning managing editor this quarter, she hopes to further The Front's mission of keeping readers, both new and returning, informed and engaged. While not in the newsroom, Madisun can be found barista-ing, watching movies or trying to be creative.
There are dozens of silos on the short drive to transport milk from Twin Brook dairy cows to the artisan cheese producers at Twin Sisters Creamery. Grassy fields roll by, and seven, eight, nine vertical stacks are visible on Ferndale's horizon all at once.
With a mission of creating opportunities to engage with art at the community level, it made sense for Jansen Art Center to revolve its first themed exhibit around a key source of inspiration in the Pacific Northwest: plants.
Shifting Gears kicks off their fourth annual Wild Women Week on March 1, leading up to International Women's Day on March 8.
With nearly three decades of providing native plants and resources to the community, Whatcom Conservation District's reputation was not challenged by the pandemic.
Bellingham nonprofit, Sustainable Connections, offers a Virtual Climate Action Book Club for anyone looking to get involved in the local sustainability scene.