Shorelines

We help protect and manage 22,000 miles of state stream, river, lake, and marine shorelines.
We help protect and manage 22,000 miles of state stream, river, lake, and marine shorelines.

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Restoring Kodama Farm
A look at a novel “whole farm” approach on a 45-acre farm in Jefferson County that will protect and restore salmon habitat alongside sustainable agricultural practices.
Boots on the ground: AmeriCorps members support Skookumchuck River restoration
Three of our Washington Conservation Corps field crews assisted Thurston Conservation District on a large-scale restoration project along the Skookumchuck River. 
How an oil spill can lead to salmon habitat
Grants are available for environmental enhancement and restoration work. Apply now!
Behind the decision
Ecology Director Laura Watson explains the analysis leading to the decision to deny a permit for a methanol plant in Kalama.
Jan 14 workshop to focus on community-led resilience for Washington's Pacific coast
Jan. 14 virtual workshop to focus on exploring opportunities to enhance economic resilience on Washington's Pacific coast.
Boots on the ground: Members’ service impact spans from Washington to Louisiana
On Oct. 5, nearly 300 AmeriCorps members started a new term in the Washington Conservation Corps (WCC). Activities have even extended to Louisiana through a virtual disaster response assignment.
Washington Coastal Zone Management Program Receives National Award
The Lower Columbia Solutions Group recently won the American Shore and Beach Preservation Association’s Coastal Project of the Year award for work near the mouth of the Columbia River.
Bi-state partnership boosts understanding of Walla Walla River basin
Ecology is working with Oregon Water Resources and USGS on a comprehensive study of groundwater in the Walla Walla River Basin. This solid science will help inform future policy in the region.
Citizen scientists help Ecology monitor the environment
Every day we work closely with fellow Washingtonians to monitor and study our shared environment. Here are just a few examples of how we partner with citizen scientists throughout the state.
Marine Waters Unit has unique opportunities for WCC applicants
Ecology's Marine Monitoring Unit offers unique opportunities for the right Washington Conservation Corps candidate. Current intern, Tyler Ransier, describes his experiences for potential applicants.

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