In a year when the COVID-19 pandemic led to so much uncertainty in work programs and daily life, it’s a
Each fall, salmon make a long, remarkable trek to spawn in streams and rivers across the Puget Sound region. There
The Green/Duwamish and Central Puget Sound Watershed covers much of southern King County. In fact, it covers 450 miles. It is
Salmon are a treasured part of our natural heritage, with a rich history that is intertwined with indigenous people dating
The Bear Creek watershed supports nearly 10,000 households and is home to several species of salmon and trout. It spans
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
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?
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.
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