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New maps identify potential contamination on former orchard lands
Ecology created new maps from old aerial images that help identify where potentially-contaminated former orchard lands are located.
Safer streets and cleaner water in Walla Walla
The City of Walla Walla's award winning transportation project is good for the community and for salmon.
Eye on (water) supply
As we transition into the dry time of year, some people may worry about drought. Here's what you need to know.
The soon to be "not-so-swift" Swift Creek
Ecology and Whatcom County are collaborating on the Swift Creek flood control and sediment management project with construction starting soon.
El que pronto no será tan “swift” Swift Creek
El Departamento de Ecología del Estado de Washington y el Departamento de Obras Públicas del Condado de Whatcom están colaborando en el proyecto de control de inundaciones y manejo de sedimentos.
Legacy Pesticide Group Final Report
The Legacy Pesticide Working Group concluded its work and provided recommendations to Ecology about how to address lead and arsenic contamination on former orchard lands.
Northwest Regional Office moving to Shoreline
Our Northwest Regional Office is moving across Lake Washington on May 26, 2021, relocating from Bellevue to Shoreline.
Washington's Wetlands Warrior: one of Ecology's own receives national acclaim
For American Wetlands Month, we are honoring Ecology wetlands manager, Lauren Driscoll, who earned a national award for her body of work.
Boots on the ground: AmeriCorps members support COVID-19 vaccine distribution
Our AmeriCorps members are helping the state respond to the coronavirus pandemic through supporting vaccine distribution in Central and Eastern Washington.
How Ecology staff work to include AAPI communities
During Asian Pacific Heritage Month we're going hyper-local. We're celebrating by highlighting our staff’s efforts to make our environmental work more accessible to AAPI communities in Washington.

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