Sept. 18 blog – The Makah Beach Program issued a water contact health advisory for Dakwas Park Beach in Clallam County. This advisory was issued due to high levels of fecal bacteria in the water. The public is advised to avoid contact with the water until further notice.
Sept. 18 blog – We’re looking for feedback on this limited permit for clam growers in Willapa Bay.
Sept. 14 news release – Lake Osoyoos is being drawn down for the winter, which means increased flows to the Okanogan River this week.
Sept. 13 blog – In October, stakeholders from Washington and Oregon will focus and build on the Walla Walla Watershed Management Partnership pilot program to create a long-term water strategy for the Walla Walla Basin.
Sept. 13 blog – First-person account of a Washington Conservation Corps (WCC) team's experience with a disaster response deployment to Iowa to help communities affected by severe flooding in spring 2019.
Sept. 12 blog – How does putting logs and other woody debris in a stream in Central Washington help killer whales? These improvements create healthy habitat upstream for Chinook salmon, the preferred food of Southern Resident orcas.
Sept. 9 blog – Stroll along the Bellingham waterfront today and you’ll see changes – a new public park with an award-winning restored beach, a restored Granary Building, and a new downtown city block complete with new roads, sidewalks, and bike paths.
Sept. 5 blog – Guided by nature – and some engineering – a remote Northeast Washington creek is getting its groove back after more than a century following removal of Mill Pond Dam.