With hot temperatures expected to push well into the blistering 90s over the next couple of days in King County, Marta the River Otter is reminding folks that want to cool off in local water bodies to stay safe. Marta, King County’s newest water safety advocate, reminds us that drowning is a preventable tragedy and an important public health and public safety issue. … More Cool off safely: wear a lifejacket
Marta, King County’s newest water safety advocate, had a big day to remind people about water safety. … More It’s warm out, be careful when heading out for fun on the water
Maybe you’re wondering why King County work groups are wearing lifejackets at work. Lifejackets save lives. We’re also celebrating Wear Your Lifejacket to Work Day. Wear Your Lifejacket to Work Day is a good excuse to have fun raising awareness around a serious issue: drowning prevention. Every year, we see preventable tragedy on the water. … More Why are we wearing lifejackets to work?
Since adopting salmon recovery plans 10 years ago, 3,280 acres have been protected, over 200 restoration projects have been completed, and 252 acres of floodplain have been reconnected across the three watersheds. … More 10 years of restoration and saving salmon
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.
… More Kokanee – They’re back and swimming in the right direction