King County and partners will plant 1 million trees by 2020 across King County in both urban and rural areas.
As part of Celebrating Science during Earth Week, we are focusing on the science behind trees. King County and partners will
Employees of the Department of Natural Resources and Parks recently volunteered to plant trees and other plants at a restoration site in Marymoor Park. We planted 500 native plants, including 170 trees in a wetland area near the Sammamish River.
King County’s Firewise program is reminding residents that even in temperate western Washington it only takes a few hot sunny days to dry forests enough to catch fire. And, in windy conditions wildfires can get out of control quickly. Wildfires burn every year in east King County.
Big efficiency improvements to SAM’s energy and water systems were made possible through the King County Green Community Initiative and the Washington State Housing Finance Commission.
Today, King County Executive Dow Constantine launched the 1 Million Trees campaign, an ambitious project to plant one million trees
While most King County residents recycle, still more than 78 percent of what ends up in the county’s landfill could have been recycled or composted.
We all love to resolve to make big changes for the New Year. Let’s be honest, real behavior change is
EcoConsumer Tom Watson, from King County’s Solid Waste Division, is pretty awesome. He has created an online hub offering tips
Like you, we’re passionate about the environment. A deep commitment to environmental stewardship is at the core of everything we