March 21 news release – Osoyoos Lake levels will rise earlier than normal this year at Zosel Dam near Oroville, Washington to help avoid water shortages and low flows later in the summer.
March 20 blog – We’re pulling up sod in two Northeast Everett parks and will plant new turf when we’re done. The project started this month on three acres of Wiggums Hollow Park, and we’ll start tackling the slope below the Viola Oursler Overlook in April.
March 19 blog – This month, thanks to funding from EPA's National Estuary Program Grant, we invited experts from Long Island Sound, Chesapeake Bay and the San Francisco Bay to speak to the Puget Sound Nutrient Forum and share their work on reducing nutrients.
March 15 blog – We are accepting applications for Public Participation Grants (PPG). Grants are available to individuals affected by a contaminated site, or to non-profit public service organizations. The grants are for cleaning up hazardous substance release sites or implementing the state's solid and hazardous waste priorities.
March 15 blog – Federal plan to redefine nuclear waste could change how Hanford tank waste is treated.
March 13 blog – The Methow and Okanogan basins are projected to experience some water supply shortages, based on current snowpack levels, soil conditions, and climate predictions. Officials will continue to assess any potential hardships felt by communities, farms, and fisheries.
March 13 blog
– Social media can launch movements with the power to reshape our communities. The #trashtag
Challenge has become a world-wide, viral movement that encourages teens to clean up greenspaces and prove it by posting before and after photos.
March 13 news release – Proposed updates to Ecology’s Wastewater Operator Certification Program reflect new treatment technologies, create opportunities for professional growth, and establish a new fee schedule.
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