Wetlands

We work in partnerships with local governments and other entities to protect, restore, and manage Washington's wetlands and the important functions they provide.
We work in partnerships with local governments and other entities to protect, restore, and manage Washington's wetlands and the important functions they provide.

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World Wetlands Day

It's World Wetlands Day help us celebrate by learning more about Wetlands and how we're protecting them. 

Boots on the ground: Kicking off a new WCC service term

Our incoming Washington Conservation Corps field crews have hit the ground runnings with environmental projects across Washington's trails, green spaces, and waterways.

Ecology funds all FCAAP 2023-2025 Competitive Planning Grant Projects

Ecology has funded all five applications for 2023-2025 Competitive Planning Grant projects under the Flood Control Assistance Account Program (FCAAP).

“Watershed” moment: successes in wetland restoration and regenerative farming in Douglas County
With grant funds from Ecology, the Foster Creek Conservation District is working on a new round of projects to restore the watershed, monitor water quality, and improve soil health near Foster Creek.
American Wetlands Month: Spotlighting the significant role wetlands play in climate change
May is American Wetlands Month, and we’re applauding these "kidneys of the earth” for the role they play in the state’s climate strategy.  
Ecology gets six federal grants to protect 855 acres of coastal wetlands
We've secured close to $6 million in National Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grants to protect about 855 acres of coastal wetland habitat.
It’s World Wetlands Day!
Feb. 2 is World Wetlands Day, and we are celebrating the work our agency has done to support the conservation and restoration of Washington state’s wetlands.
Stream team volunteers making a difference in the Chehalis River Basin
Our Lewis County Stream Team partners are engaged in volunteer projects that help restore aquatic habitat and reduce damage from floods in the Chehalis River Basin.
Environmental restoration grants reach across state
We are awarding nearly $640,000 to fund 15 projects that will significantly improve water quality and the environment statewide.
World Wetlands Day
For World Wetlands Day, we are highlighting some of the efforts to help manage, value, restore, and love Washington wetlands.

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