Would you like to do something really nice for that special someone in your life this Mother’s Day weekend? Get their car a free leak check from a Certified Automotive Instructor, Saturday, May 13, from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Don’t Drip and Drive team members, Seattle Public Utilities and South Seattle College will host … More Check Out Mom’s Car! Good for mom and the environment
Rainy season is here early. In King County we get an average of 40 inches of rain. That rain falls on streets, parking areas, sports fields, gravel lots, and rooftops carrying all the chemicals and bacteria from those surfaces directly into nearby lakes, rivers and Puget Sound. In King County opinion polls, residents consistently rate … More How does stormwater impact us?
The Bear Creek watershed supports nearly 10,000 households and is home to several species of salmon and trout. It spans King and Snohomish counties and reaches into Woodinville and Redmond. With so many living things relying on the creek, protecting future water quality and habitat is important. Why Study Bear Creek It will help us … More How healthy is Bear Creek? It’s time to find out
This month, we’ll be taking a look at stormwater runoff – the leading source of pollution for Puget Sound – its impacts, the myths, and the pollution prevention actions we’re taking as well as actions you can take at home. … More Simple actions to help restore Puget Sound
FREE Chinook Book App Giveaway – How do I get one? Take our short survey on what you do for personal pollution prevention (seven questions) and order a copy a. We will mail an app card to you. What is it? The app offer green deals for green deeds in partnership with local businesses. It can … More Get a free Chinook Book app by answering a few questions