Marta is a river otter who loves to play. She’s also on a mission to help King County residents learn the importance of river safety.
Maybe you’re wondering why King County work groups are wearing lifejackets at work. Lifejackets save lives. We’re also celebrating Wear
Home gardeners and landscape professionals can get expert advice by calling the Garden Hotline at 206-633-0224, Monday – Saturday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Our friends at the Western Washington Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office (USFWS) featured this great story on Kokanee Quest and the little red fish in the USFWS’
Earth Day is a big day for kokanee. Around this time of year the Kokanee Salmon Workgroup release the native
Today, King County Executive Dow Constantine launched the 1 Million Trees campaign, an ambitious project to plant one million trees
Earth Day is around the corner and King County’s Easy Being Green provides ideas for starting a green lifestyle habit
Here are 10 ways to become a local food champion:
It’s official; we’ve had the wettest winter on record. And for our region, it’s got to be really wet to break the record. According to Seattle Weather blog, we’ve had over 42 inches of rain in Seattle since October. Where does all of that water go?
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.