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.
Since adopting salmon recovery plans 10 years ago, 3,280 acres have been protected, over 200 restoration projects have been completed, and 252 acres of floodplain have been reconnected across the three watersheds.
Up to 95 percent of the clothes, shoes and linens thrown into the garbage could have been reused or
We got a huge response from the aerial footage of the Wilburton Trestle posted in Jan. and we decided to share an extended clip. Can you imagine the century-old wooden railroad bridge that once carried lumber and freight will one day carry a regional trail with walkers, runners and cyclists?
Looking for help in learning how to fix a broken household item? King County’s Ecoconsumer program is offering free events to help people fix small household items.
King County’s Natural Resources deserve love – on Valentine’s and all-year-round. We have some tips on how you can share the love this Valentine’s Day.
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Rare, fresh water salmon comes back from brink of extinction in Lake Sammamish – and that’s reason to celebrate. We’ve had a lot of interest in this story by the Issaquah Reporter, so our partners dug around and found out a few more details.