As a clean water utility, confronting climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and preparing for climate change is one of our top priorities. Recycling resources not only reduces our carbon footprint, it supports larger goals for vibrant, healthy communities.
King County has for decades used an endlessly renewable resource to support healthy soils and crops. Read about it and watch the video!
King County hosts a special group of campers at CitySoil Farm. They learned how we protect people and the environment, and helped provide for families just like theirs.
Three King County employees learned the value of recycling resources in faraway communities where sustainable practices are a necessity.
Celebrate Earth Week learning about CitySoil, a unique partnership to grow local gardeners and healthy food for those in need.
Families and adults celebrate our waters from source to sea on World Water Day at the Brightwater center.
On September 27, 2016, WTD received recognition of the work that turns our future vision into reality.
Every year, fall rains herald salmon upstream to spawn. For millennia, the fall salmon season gathered people together who relied on the fish as a critical food source to get through the impending winter. Today, we don’t rely so heavily on salmon as food source, but the fall is still an exciting time to gather…
The staff and leadership of the Lake Washington Youth Soccer Association (LWYSA) is giving the future their “full 90” with a permanent connection to recycled water for irrigating the soccer fields at 60 Acres Park. LWYSA leases 60 Acres Park from King County Parks for their soccer program, which helps 7,000 young soccer players…
It’s just past Labor Day. The Harvest Moon will rise in a couple days. That means harvest time is over in Eastern Washington. Grain stalks that once glowed golden against blue skies have fallen. During harvest, giant combine harvesters crawl across fields, reaping, thrashing and winnowing as they travel. The grain that pours into a waiting…