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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Poop and beaches don’t mix
Beach season has begun and we're out sampling to ensure your safety.
Washington's Wetlands Warrior: one of Ecology's own receives national acclaim
For American Wetlands Month, we are honoring Ecology wetlands manager, Lauren Driscoll, who earned a national award for her body of work.
For American Wetlands Month, updated guidance furthers Washington's 'no net loss' goal
To help celebrate American Wetlands Month, we are providing information about recently updated compensatory wetland mitigation guidance for Washington.
Office of Chehalis Basin publication helps basin residents prepare for flooding
Our Office of Chehalis Basin has published a handbook to help basin households prepare for flooding.
Restore Our Earth
Earth Day is just a few days away. Read about what we’ve got in store and learn about ways you can “Restore Our Earth”.
Community Science Month is coming
Science isn’t just for professional scientists. In April we’ll explore some of the ways anyone can get in on the action.
Annual Report on Washington Beaches
Check out the 2020 Annual BEACH Report to see how your beach fared last year.
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!

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