Marta, the River Otter, has been busy touring schools in King County and getting the word out about the importance
Hamm Creek resides in the southern Duwamish Watershed, with many work and volunteer groups extending hands to save patches of
We know you love our parks and trails – so much so that on any given day with half decent
King County Parks estimates that about 25,000 of our 28,000 acres of open space are covered by forests. In some
Scenario: You’ve been up since 6 a.m. to get the turkey in the oven; this is after staying up late
Nearly 30% of what we throw away in our garbage is recyclable food scraps and food soiled paper. Take King County’s pledge to Compost More. Waste Less now and get a free toolkit!
Employees of the Department of Natural Resources and Parks recently volunteered to plant trees and other plants at a restoration site in Marymoor Park. We planted 500 native plants, including 170 trees in a wetland area near the Sammamish River.
This guest post by Christie True, Director of the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, is a part of America’s Most Endangered Rivers® series spotlighting the Green-Duwamish River.
Rainy season is here early. In King County we get an average of 40 inches of rain. That rain falls
The Bear Creek watershed supports nearly 10,000 households and is home to several species of salmon and trout. It spans
With climate scientists citing a likely “La Nada” winter weather pattern that can increase the chance of extreme storms, King County leaders urged residents to prepare now for potential flood emergencies in the months ahead.