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Boots on the Ground: WCC AmeriCorps members assist communities during COVID-19 pandemic
When field activities were temporarily suspended in mid-March to prevent further spread of the coronavirus, some of our AmeriCorps members were able to support our state's response to COVID-19.
New law improves capabilities for drought response and preparedness
The new drought law outlines a framework to build long-term drought resiliency, while improving the state’s ability to quickly and effectively respond to drought emergencies.
Ecology releases first chapter of Voluntary Clean Water Guidance for Agriculture
We recently released the first draft chapter of the Voluntary Clean Water Guidance for Agriculture. It is a technical resource for producers that describes the best practices to protect water quality.
Uncertain times won't stop progress in the Walla Walla basin
Interest groups are coming together - via videoconference - to plan a long-term water strategy for the Walla Walla River Basin.
Comment period extended for environmental review of Chehalis flood reduction project
The public is invited to participate in an online public hearing April 2 & online public meeting April 21 to comment on draft environmental review for proposed Chehalis River flood reduction project.
Learn what’s coming up for the Legacy Pesticides Working Group
We convened the Legacy Pesticides Working Group to help us identify potential approaches to address lead and arsenic contamination of former orchard lands. Learn what the group will be working on.
Help reduce food waste by giving us your best ideas
We are working on a plan to reduce food waste in Washington by 50%, and we would like your help. The public has until May 29 to provide ideas on how to prevent food waste.
It ain’t easy being green…unless you’re a kelp humpback shrimp
Top o’ the morning to you! Take a lesson from the kelp humpback shrimp, who woke up dressed and ready in its Irish best.
Cleaning up: A riverside cleanup just around the bend
We're taking comments on studies of contamination and cleanup alternatives for exterior walls and adjacent soil at the former Anacortes water treatment plant at Mount Vernon.
Is a harmful algae bloom coming to a lake near you?
Spring is when algae blooms can be seen in lakes, some of which are harmful to people, pets, and wildlife. Pay attention to warning and closure signs!

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