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Your seat at the Safer Products for Washington table
Nearly 400 people filled out the Safer Products for Washington survey, and 95% of those people said yes, I am concerned about harmful chemicals in consumer products.
In the spirit of Arbor Day
We're sharing projects that demonstrate the spirit of Arbor Day, through our Terry Husseman Grant Program in North Central Washington.
Cleaning up: Getting ready for more Bellingham Bay cleanup
Ecology is cleaning up Bellingham Bay one site at a time. This year you’ll see fieldwork at TWO sites!
The drought declared in 2021 is ongoing
The 2021 drought declaration expires in June, but may be extended. There are some resources available for those who are affected.
Water Law 101 Episode 3
Hydrogeologist Mike Gallagher explains the balancing act that comes from managing water in the midst of competing interest and environmental needs.
Improving resilience and hazard planning for coastal communities
New report outlines how coastal communities and Tribes can work together to plan for and respond to coastal hazards.
Walla Walla Water 2050 enters Phase Two
Both sides of the WA and OR border who call the Walla Walla watershed home are embarking on a new phase to bolster water supplies, now and in years to come.
Tell us about your communities future clean water projects
We need local governments' and utilities' help to participate in the Clean Watersheds Needs survey this year.
Celebrate Read Across America Day with Director Watson
Join Laura Watson, director of the Department of Ecology, as she shares one of her favorite books – “1, 2, 3 Salish Sea” by Nikki McClure for Read Across America Day.
Washington water outlook
Early March is when water supply managers start getting clarity on water supply conditions for the coming summer across the state.

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