The WSFMA is a member organization for over 115 farmers markets in our state, and community members feel the impacts of its work through market programs, consumer education and improved food access at their local market.
Did you know that, thanks to a partnership between King County and Seattle Public Utilities, damaged clothes aren’t garbage anymore?
As part of Celebrating Science during Earth Week, we are focusing on the science behind trees. King County and partners will
The Green/Duwamish and Central Puget Sound Watershed covers much of southern King County. In fact, it covers 450 miles. It is
The King County Solid Waste Division saw a 41 percent increase in recycling volumes at its transfer facilities and drop
Not only is dropping medicine off at a secure drop-box location beneficial to public health, it also helps the environment
King County’s Natural Resources deserve love – on Valentine’s and all-year-round. We have some tips on how you can share
Salmon are a treasured part of our natural heritage, with a rich history that is intertwined with indigenous people dating
Did you know that almost 35% of what ends up in the landfill is food scraps and food-soiled paper? It can be composted in your curbside yardwaste cart?
We took some them from this year’s most popular New Year’s resolutions and put a green spin for small steps to make 2017 an eco-tastic year.
The holiday season is a great time to give. Why not go green and give back to our planet. Here