Marta, the River Otter, has been busy touring schools in King County and getting the word out about the importance
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.
OK, 12’s, since you’re obviously going to be pumped up by the Seahawks’ victory on Sunday – and since it’s an early game with plenty of postgame daylight – why not burn off your excess energy by paying a visit to a King County park or trail?
Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy of service in the community by volunteering. This MLK Day, we have two
Take a look at this footage above the Wilburton Trestle, an iconic structure along the old rails of the proposed Eastside Rail Corridor, a multi-use corridor trail connecting East and South King County communities.
We all love to resolve to make big changes for the New Year. Let’s be honest, real behavior change is
Whether you’re roasting a Charles Dickens style goose or a tofurky, keep the holiday grease out of the drain. We
EcoConsumer Tom Watson, from King County’s Solid Waste Division, is pretty awesome. He has created an online hub offering tips
Happy Holidays everyone! Here we are at the end of another productive year in the Department of Natural Resources and
We grabbed this wonderful post from King County’s Wastewater Treatment Division’s blog, which we highly recommend checking out. It was
Like you, we’re passionate about the environment. A deep commitment to environmental stewardship is at the core of everything we