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“Who wouldn’t love this?”
Spend a day with a Washington Conservation Corps crew as they clear trails on Tiger Mountain, near Issaquah, WA
Clean water projects get a boost from the other Washington
We're awarding $317 million in grants and loans for 124 high-priority clean water projects across the state.
Cleaning up: Pasco Landfill
More than 35,000 drums were removed from the closed Pasco Landfill. Contractors completed the work safely, incorporated green principles, and positively impacted the community.
Blue Heron Slough to provide critical habitat to salmon
The Blue Heron Slough project is restoring 353 acres of Snohomish River estuary habitat, which will benefit Chinook salmon and in turn, aid recovery of southern resident orcas in Puget Sound.
50th anniversary of the Clean Water Act
A short video celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Clean Water Act.
Ecology considers putting outstanding waters in a class of their own
For the first time, Ecology is starting a rulemaking to consider putting four water bodies into a special category of protection, by designating them as "Outstanding Resource Waters."
Are Washington's climate policies working?
A review of Washington's climate policies, what they are, and their status.
Cleaning up: Skykomish cleanup moving forward
We invite you to provide comments on the town of Skykomish cleanup documents and attend an online public meeting on Nov. 28, 2022.
A collaborative approach for the Walla Walla Water 2050 initiative
Finding water supply solutions in the Walla Walla River Basin is a complex process. It takes time, resources, partnerships, and commitments to bold action. 
“Watershed” moment: successes in wetland restoration and regenerative farming in Douglas County
With grant funds from Ecology, the Foster Creek Conservation District is working on a new round of projects to restore the watershed, monitor water quality, and improve soil health near Foster Creek.