Taste Washington Day is an annual celebration of Washington-grown foods served in school meals. On Oct. 4 in some schools,
The WSFMA is a member organization for over 115 farmers markets in our state, and community members feel the impacts of its work through market programs, consumer education and improved food access at their local market.
Flag Day was celebrated this week, and there is one location near a King County Parks facility where you can
Marta the River Otter, King County’s newest water safety advocate, has been busy in schools this spring reminding King County
Join Bert the Salmon and celebrate clean water with the M’s It’s going to be sunny and warm on Sunday,
Marta, the River Otter, has been busy touring schools in King County and getting the word out about the importance
Composting can make a big difference. Cutting down on food waste can make even more of a difference. The Compost
Would you like to do something really nice for that special someone in your life this Mother’s Day weekend? Get
We’re rounding out our Earth Week with some environmental science at the Cedar Hills Regional Landfill. Water sampling is an
Preventing food waste is super easy – all it takes is a little preparation. Prepare perishable foods soon after shopping.
Recycling is even easier at Solid Waste Division recycling and transfer stations with commingled recycling. “Commingling” means you can put