During World Water Week, people gathered at a storied restoration site to plant memories for loved ones and a seed for the future.
Christine Merker’s 4th graders were concerned enough about how the Feb. 9 flooding incident would affect the Puget Sound ecosystem. They wrote us letters asking us to hear their concerns. We did.
An outbreak of norovirus linked to consumption of raw oysters harvested in Puget Sound is not connected to temporarily reduced treatment capacity at King County’s West Point Treatment Plant. The recent outbreak of norovirus resulting from consumption of raw oysters has received wide press because it results in outbreaks of gastrointestinal illness, and people…
Enjoy the spring at our beaches and on our waterways. Find out how you check beach and waterway status.
Families and adults celebrate our waters from source to sea on World Water Day at the Brightwater center.
King County’s WaterWorks Grant Program is delivering on its mission! Read about Round 2 awards.
Why would forty gardeners spend a Saturday learning about Watering Wisely when it won’t stop raining?
When conversations in our region circle around to water quality, the trigger is usually bad news. Puget Sound’s resident orca whales had a tough year because they couldn’t find enough salmon to eat. Shellfish harvests and beaches close due to toxic algae in the water. Fingers point at polluted stormwater runoff, combined sewer overflows, leaking septic…
King County stepped in at a crucial moment in a 12-year project to help salmon and people.
We care about our customers and Puget Sound. That’s why we’re offering Natural Yard Care workshops to help you turn your yard into a dream-not a nightmare.