Ecology Blog

Babies of the Benthos – Worm Edition
In this Critter edition, let’s dive into the “birds and the bees” of benthic worms, and the resulting faces that only a mother (or an invertebrate taxonomist) could love.
Weigh in on the 2021 beach list
The public comment period for the 2021 beach list runs from April 1 through 8.
Get ready, it's haboob season
What's a haboob, you ask? It's a dust storm. They can occur in Central and Eastern Washington every spring through fall. Read these safety tips to protect your health.
Let's talk about Hanford
We'll be holding a series of live events to have conversations with YOU about the Hanford site in Washington. First, though, here's an introduction to Hanford and these live events.
Cleaning up: Fieldwork at a beloved Bellingham waterfront park
How do you investigate a waterfront cleanup site that’s also a city park?
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.
Tackling Toxics: How partnerships produced success at Founder’s Choice
Founder’s Choice Cabinets wanted to help the environment and improve their business practices. By turning to Ecology, it reduced its environmental impact and achieved cost savings as well.
Keep up with what’s up in the air with new app
New mobile app makes keeping track of air quality easier.

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