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Tell us about your communities future clean water projects
We need local governments' and utilities' help to participate in the Clean Watersheds Needs survey this year.
Big improvements to Ecology apps make it easier to find toxics cleanup information
We've made big updates to our toxic cleanup site map tool. We also redesigned and expanded the cleanup site webpages, making it easier to get more info about individual cleanup sites.
Celebrate Read Across America Day with Director Watson
Join Laura Watson, director of the Department of Ecology, as she shares one of her favorite books – “1, 2, 3 Salish Sea” by Nikki McClure for Read Across America Day.
Fecal Matters: Saltwater State Park is Closed to Water Recreation, King County
Public Health Seattle & King County issued a closure at Saltwater State Park in King County.
Washington water outlook
Early March is when water supply managers start getting clarity on water supply conditions for the coming summer across the state.
Water Law 101 Episode 2
Hydrogeologist Mike Gallagher explains why the process of getting a water right can be so daunting to many applicants
The Climate Commitment Act: Washington’s path to carbon-neutrality by 2050
Curious about the Climate Commitment Act and what it means for the fight against climate change? Get an overview of this powerful legislation and what Ecology is doing to implement it.
30 ways to reduce food waste in Washington
The Use Food Well Washington Plan holds 30 recommendations to reduce food waste and create a more resilient food system.
Streamflow grant is dam helpful to Snohomish beavers
A 2020 streamflow grant in Snohomish is helping landowners live alongside beavers.
Help us tackle our new plan to reduce exposure to phthalates
Ecology is working with stakeholders to make a plan to reduce exposure to phthalates, and we need your input.

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