Though 2020 has been starkly different from years past, the Solid Waste Division continued to fulfill its commitment of providing
In a year when the COVID-19 pandemic led to so much uncertainty in work programs and daily life, it’s a
Crosscut recently produced a powerful 7-minute video that shows how the impacts of pollution – both historic and current –
We’re celebrating #NationalForestWeek with some tips about how to care for trees. We spoke with Paul Fischer, a King County forester whose job it is
Department of Natural Resources and Parks employees are doing a wide variety of important work every day to protect public health and the
Five months ago, long-range weather experts told us this winter’s western Washington weather would be influenced by “La Nada” –
How much do you love trees? We love trees so much we set out to plant one million trees in
A verdant forested 46-acre property hugging Issaquah on one side and King County’s Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park on the
There are many ways you can continue to eat local during winter months, including shopping at year-round markets, joining a winter CSA, visiting U-Picks and farm stands, knowing what’s in season, and eating at restaurants that source locally. These options not only support local farmers and the local food economy, but also allow consumers to buy farm fresh local food year round in King County!
Are you a consumer who cares about where your meat comes from? Do you know what King County and other agencies and organizations are doing to promote locally produced meats?
The WA Meat Up Leadership Summit created an alliance for further enhancing a strong local meat economy. WA Meat Up is a diverse group of collaborators and entrepreneurs along every link of the niche meat supply chain who support strengthening the local meat economy in Washington State.
In late August, staff members from King County’s Agricultural Program, Washington State University (WSU), Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA), and Salumi Artisan Cured Meats worked together to create the WA Meat Up Leadership Summit to provide a space for producers, processors and policy makers to facilitate conversations and create a dialogue about the local meat economy in King County.