Notice: All Ecology offices remain closed to walk-in service due to COVID-19.
As of today, we'll have 37 WCC members deployed to help communities in Okanogan and Pend Oreille counties respond to the most severe flooding the region has seen in more than 40 years.
We used the instream flow rule to help further protect the Spokane River.
We have worked together with the Washington's wineries to develop the first statewide water quality permit for wineries.
Several Washington Conservation Corps (WCC) crews deployed to help the towns of Okanogan, Tonasket, and Cusick after severe flooding.
The recently passed 2019 Strengthening Oil Transportation Safety Act requires us to take steps toward safety of marine transportation and protection of the Salish Sea from oil spills.
Our third installment of Puget Sound Nutrient Watch focuses on Puget Sound's excessive nutrients.
Barrier culverts will be redesigned or reconstructed to allow migrating fish easier access to crucial stream habitat in Grays Harbor and Lewis counties.
Dust storms can be an issue in Eastern Washington.
Continued cold, snowy weather during late winter brought the good news we needed for this summer’s water supply
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