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"How much clean air do we need?"

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

Funds help farmers prevent soil erosion and protect air quality

Dry weather can cause severe air quality problems in Eastern Washington.

Commemorate World Wetlands Day by hiking Renton's Springbrook Creek Trail

On World Wetlands Day, we highlight the importance of conserving and using wetlands wisely, especially in urban areas.

Wanted: Old, polluting wood stoves

Ecology works to improve air quality with wood stove buy-back programs.

Making progress on air pollution

Pierce county's air was unhealthy prior to 2015 but by working together, it now meets air quality standards.

Baby, it’s cold outside

Before you fire up your wood stove, check for burn bans.

Funding supports jobs and clean water in Washington's communities

We are proposing to award nearly $154 million in financial assistance for 69 high-priority clean-water projects across the state.

Is this a typical La Nina year?

We’re keeping an eye on La Niña conditions and how the water year will stack up.

Eyes Under Puget Sound: Critter of the Month — The Peanut Worms
Peanut worms belong to the phylum Sipuncula, meaning "little tube or siphon." They can retract their bodies into a tubular trunk like a balled up pair of socks.
Triple Creek Project: Human-built 'beaver dams' restore streams
Human-built beaver dams can restore streams.

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