Report : Fluoride negatively impacts salmon


Bellingham residents value clean and safe water free of fluorosolic acid with heavy metal contaminents such as lead, arsenic and mercury

Take action to protect clean and safe drinking water in Bellingham

Bellingham currently has one of the nation's cleanest drinking water supplies largely due to the millions spent protecting this resource.

We are called again to protect Bellingham's drinking water as it was protected in 1992 and 1997 against fluoridation schemes. We will need to work hard to continue to protect this precious resource.

Will Bellingham turn into a city where a large portion of the population drinks bottled water and the tap water is avoided and ridiculed as in other cities? 

Opportunities to Take Action to protect clean and safe drinking water
1) With more cities across Washington and and the nation choosing not to fluoridate their drinking water, fluoridation interests are increasing looking to force the issue on cities and town through state legislatures and on the federal level.   As an example, an attempt to force all cities within Oregon to fluoridate was made in 2005 which was narrowly rejected.
Contact your state and federal representative today and urge them to not attempt to force fluoridation on cities through preemption.  (see contact info below).  Cities such as Bellingham should have the right to make their own decisions concerning their drinking water supplies and not have fluorosilicic acid forced upon them.
2) Download, print out campaign material here and pass around to family members, friends and others concerned with clean and safe water:
a.  One page flier "5 Reasons To Reject Fluoridation" (very popular)
b. Two page : Brochure [front] : [back]  (print out then copy to make double sided tri-fold brochure.  See .jpeg format below if needed). 
c. Fluorosilicic Acid Chemical Data Sheet (The manufacture's list of the chemical components of the likely fluoridation mixture containing heavy metals such as lead, mercury and arsenic)
You can also mail any of the documents to friends, family and anyone you know concerned about clean drinking water in Bellingham
3) Keep up to date on the fluoride issue in Bellingham at  Send the link to your friends and family to let them learn about the issue.  The web page is now regularly updated "Bellingham Fluoride News Update."  The site links to literally hundreds of original source materials, scientific studies, and PDC forms, where one can study the matter.
4) Receive the latest Bellingham fluoride news by joining the email list by sending an blank email to  (The list will not be sold or used for any purpose other than the fluoride issue).
5) Send a donation of  $35 to $60 today to
Danelle Weaver, Tresurer
Healthy Goals for Bellingham
2716 St. Claire St.
Bellingham, WA 98226-4004 
(registered Washington PAC)
 (Neglible cost compared to the cost of bottled water, a water service, or installing and maintaining a reverse osmosis water filter.)

6) Volunteer and email the group to help in any way you are able.  Do you have special skills or contacts?

7) Send a letter to the editor to your local paper in support of clean water (Bellingham Herald, Whatcom Independent, Bellingham Weekly or Whatcom Watch and others)

8) Sign the Protect Our Water petition at (national) to "join with members of eleven EPA unions in their call for an immediate Congressional act placing a national moratorium on water fluoridation pending a full Congressional investigation into this public policy"
Contact information for State and Federal Representatives.  Let them know in your own words why Bellingham residents should not have Fluorosilicic Acid "Fluoride" forced into its drinking water supply.  Be courteous and direct.
District office:
1330A S 2nd St Ste 105
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
(360) 428-1023
Olympia Office:
301 John L. O'Brien Building
PO Box 40600
Olympia, WA 98504-0600
(360) 786-7800

District office:
1330 A S Second St Suite 100
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
(360) 428-1022

Olympia Office:
434 Legislative Building
PO Box 40600
Olympia, WA 98504-0600
(360) 786-7970



Legislative Office:
305 Legislative Building
PO Box 40440
Olympia, WA 98504-0440
Telephone: (360) 786-7678

Fax: (360) 786-1999


Olympia Office:
429 Legislative Building
PO Box 40600
Olympia, WA 98504-0600
(360) 786-7854

District office:
104 W Magnolia St Ste 306
Bellingham, WA 98225
(360) 738-6177
Fax: (360) 738-6178
Olympia Office:
427A Legislative Building
PO Box 40600
Olympia, WA 98504-0600
(360) 786-7980

Dale Brandland


Legislative Office:
203 Irv Newhouse Building
PO Box 40442
Olympia, WA 98504-0442
Telephone: (360) 786-7682

Fax: (360) 786-1999

Rick Larson, US Congress
104 W. Magnolia,
Room 206
Bellingham, WA 98225
Phone: (360) 733-4500
Fax: (360) 733-5144 EVERETT
2930 Wetmore Ave, Ste. 9F
Everett, WA 98201
Phone: (425) 252-3188
Toll-free: (800) 562-1385
Fax:(425) 252-6606

Sen. Patty Murray Washington, D.C. Office

173 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510
Phone: (202) 224-2621
Fax: (202) 224-0238

Seattle Office
2988 Jackson Federal Building
915 2nd Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98174
Phone: (206) 553-5545
Fax: (206) 553-0891


Sen. Maria Cantwell
State Offices Toll-free
Phone: 1-888-648-7328
717 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
202-228-0514 - FAX
202-224-8273 - TDD


915 Second Avenue Suite 3206
Seattle, WA 98174
206-220-6404 - FAX

(Outside - .jpeg format)

Download and print out campaign flyer and pass out to friends, neighbors and anyone you know concerned about clean water and what they ingest.

(Inside .jpeg format)

9) Help educate people you know on fluoride with studies on fluoride, statements from the EPA scientists and other material including (most are very printer friendly)

Citizens Against Bellingham Fluoride