Ecology Blog

Cleaning Up: Getting ready to clean up Duwamish Waterway Park
We invite you to comment on our legal agreement with Seattle Parks and Recreation to clean up Duwamish Waterway Park in Seattle's South Park neighborhood.
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.
Cleaning up: Making progress in downtown Bothell
Since 2006, we’ve worked with the City of Bothell on contamination cleanup in their downtown. We’ve reached several milestones, including proposing removal of environmental covenants at three sites.
Newest round of clean-water funding focuses on small communities
Our latest round of funding for clean water projects will provide more than $300 million to communities.
Pilot projects designed to curb bank erosion showing success in Chehalis River Basin
The Office of Chehalis Basin has invested in projects that have dual flood reduction and ecosystem benefits. We recently completed two riverbank erosion management pilot projects.
Ilwaco’s Bear Ridge Community Forest becomes a reality
With $500,000 from Ecology, and the support of other groups, Ilwaco's drinking water source is now protected for the future.
Saving Washington's salmon from toxic tire dust
After researchers pinpointed the toxic chemical that is killing coho salmon in freshwater, we got to work, alongside several partners, to protect coho salmon.
Let's talk about Black history at Hanford
Join us for our next Let's Talk About Hanford to discuss Black history at the Hanford Site and in Tri-Cities.
King tides showcase future sea level rise
Washington’s 56 cities and counties with marine shorelines are experiencing this winter’s final cycle of king tides. 
Plans for Nooksack adjudication are underway
Plans for water rights adjudication in the Nooksack Basin have raised a lot of questions. We have answers.

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