Notice: All Ecology offices remain closed to walk-in service due to COVID-19.
We have notified 93 junior water right holders in the Chehalis River basin that their access to surface water for irrigation is curtailed.
Excess nutrients can cause an explosion of algae growth called algal blooms, we discuss more about these blooms.
Ecology is offering more than $155 million in financial assistance for 69 high-priority clean water projects across Washington state.
On April 25, key decision makers, scientists, and practitioners met at the first Puget Sound Nutrient Forum to form an advisory workgroup.
Learn how clean energy, alternative transportation, and electric vehicles protect the air.
May is American Wetlands Month and we are pleased to announce grant awards that help protect, restore, and preserve coastal wetlands in Clallam, Island, Kitsap, and Skagit counties.
Follow these simple tips to help keep the air clean and healthy.
Learn how we have helped improve air quality with the Washington Clean Air Act.
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