Ecology Blog

What you need to know about dust storms in Washington
Dust storms can occur in Central and Eastern Washington every spring through fall. Here are some quick tips to help keep you safe.
Spokane River is getting cleaner with local task force’s help
A recent report shows success in reducing PCBs in the Spokane River watershed.
Washington’s water supply outlook
As we come out of winter and into spring, water supply conditions appear normal for most of the state.
Chehalis River Basin Flood Authority launches flood warning data dashboard
To help communities better prepare, the Chehalis River Basin Flood Authority launched its Flood Warning System Gage Alert data dashboard.
Fecal Matters: The 2022 BEACH report is in
Check out the new BEACH Annual Report to see how your beach fared in 2022.
Get ready to apply for a Public Participation Grant
Have an idea for reducing waste or pollution in your neighborhood? A new application round of Public Participation Grants is about to begin! Grants are worth up to $60,000 a year for up to two years.
Let's talk about radiation protection at Hanford
Join us for our next Let's Talk About Hanford to discuss Department of Health's radiation regulation work.
We want your input: investigating contamination at the Anderson Landfill in Yakima
We're investigating contamination at the Anderson Landfill. Your feedback is a critical part of the process. Comment on our investigation by March 30, or attend our virtual public meeting on March 15.
Celebrate Read Across America Day with Eastern Region Director Brook Beeler
Happy Read Across America Day! Join our Eastern Region Director Brook Beeler as she reads "Owl Moon" by Jane Yolen.
Improving how we rank contaminated sites
We’ve developed a new site hazard and ranking process, SHARP. Because site rankings can impact how we prioritize our work, we want people to see how the scores are made.

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