This Earth Day, we want to see your vision of green – through your photographs. We’re looking for photographers to capture what makes King County so special – its natural beauty. Share your photo to be entered to win a pair (2 tickets) to the I love the 90’s Tour with Salt-N-Pepa, Vanilla Ice, Sir … More Share your photos for Earth Day and be entered to win I Love the 90’s Tour concert tickets
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
Earth Day is a big day for kokanee. Around this time of year the Kokanee Salmon Workgroup release the native juvenile kokanee into Lake Sammamish. What makes these fish so special? These native kokanee salmon are just one of four native populations in western Washington, spending their entire existence in and around Lake Sammamish. Long … More Earth Day kokanee release, a big day for the little red fish
Today, King County Executive Dow Constantine launched the 1 Million Trees campaign, an ambitious project to plant one million trees across King County by 2020 to combat climate change, promote healthy forests, and make our communities healthier and more resilient for all residents, be they people, fish, birds, or orcas! In addition to kids from … More 1 down, 999,999 to go!