Big reason we love trees: they store carbon

As part of Celebrating Science during Earth Week, we are focusing on the science behind trees. King County and partners will plant one million trees by 2020 across King County in both urban and rural areas. Jennifer Vanderhoof, Ecologist with King County Water and Land Resources Division writes an Earth Week exclusive.  How trees store carbon? … More Big reason we love trees: they store carbon

Why shade matters: Earth week special

The Green/Duwamish and Central Puget Sound Watershed covers much of southern King County. In fact, it covers 450 miles. It is home to chinook, chum, coho, pink and steelhead salmon. Map of the watershed Since 2005, local governments in the watershed have carried out restoration projects to protect a healthy watershed ecosystem for both people and … More Why shade matters: Earth week special