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Washington’s water supply outlook
Snowpack is up and streamflows are down. The cold and dry conditions of early spring had some surprising impacts on Washington’s water supply outlook, but warm weather is on the way.
Spokane River is getting cleaner with local task force’s help
A recent report shows success in reducing PCBs in the Spokane River watershed.
Washington’s water supply outlook
As we come out of winter and into spring, water supply conditions appear normal for most of the state.
Fecal Matters: The 2022 BEACH report is in
Check out the new BEACH Annual Report to see how your beach fared in 2022.
Stretch it out: The squat lobster finds strength in flexibility
It’s almost January, which for many, means healthy New Year’s resolutions. This month’s critter varies its routine to stay in shape year-round, in order to adapt to life in a changing ocean.
Ecology soliciting applications for local flood hazard planning grants
The Washington Legislature established the state Flood Control Assistance Account Program (FCAAP) to help local and Tribal governments plan for and reduce their flood risks.
If the spirit moves (mud): The burrowing ghost shrimp
Fall’s chill is in the air and decorations are going up all over town. Meanwhile, under the mud of Puget Sound, there’s a critter that stays in its costume all year long – the burrowing ghost shrimp.
Ecology and partners to host workshop on responding to battery fires
Lithium Battery Seminar at the Spokane Fire Department’s training center.
Happy New Water Year
October is a month for fall foliage, warm beverages, creepy tales — and a new water year.
Meow we’re talking…about the catworms
June is National Adopt-a-Cat Month. But what about the benthic version of our purrrfect pals? Let me tell you a tail of the catworms...

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