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$4.7M in federal grants conserve our biggest set of wetlands yet!

Happy World Wetlands Day! We're excited to announce that over 2,500 acres of wetlands will be conserved through this year’s National Coastal Wetlands Conservation grant awards.

Celebrating cleanup in Cashmere's Mill District

Cashmere's historic lumber mill district is now ready for redevelopment thanks to cleanup efforts.

Investing in communities to turn blighted properties into affordable housing

Ecology is funding projects in six cities to help clean up contaminated properties – and help with the housing crisis.

Around the Sound: Ongoing and future restoration, redevelopment, and recreation
Port Gamble Bay on scenic Hood Canal was once home to a saw mill that operated for 142 years. The in-water cleanup and restoration and preservation efforts continue to transform this bay.
Boots on the ground: Home from U.S. Virgin Islands with memento and more

A WCC AmeriCorps member shares a memorable story from serving in the U.S. Virgin Islands, assisting communities after Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

Boots on the ground: Touring WCC projects across the state

Join us on a spin around the state to learn more about a few of the projects our AmeriCorps members have contributed to this year.

Boots on the ground: How does WCC respond to out-of-state disasters?

Join us for a closer look inside the process of how we implement out-of-state deployments and a disaster response roundup from the AmeriCorps service year that we just concluded!

Boots on the ground: WCC assists communities after Hurricanes Florence, Michael

Join us for a closer look into our recent and ongoing deployments to South Carolina and Florida to assist communities after Hurricanes Florence and Michael made landfall.

Boots on the ground: WCC answers deployment calls to the Carolinas and Florida
Twelve WCC AmeriCorps members and staff departed for North Carolina and Florida in early December to assist communities after Hurricanes Florence and Michael made landfall.
"How much clean air do we need?"

Learn how and why Washington adopted its own Clean Air Act.