Ecology Blog

30 Years of Toxics Reduction and Pollution Prevention
As of 2021, Ecology's Hazardous Waste and Toxics Reduction Program has been working on pollution prevention for over 30 years.
Boots on the ground: Greater sagebrush habitat for greater sage-grouse
Hear first-hand from AmeriCorps member Finn Maunder about his experience restoring sagebrush habitat as part of a WCC field crew.
Fecal Matters: Brackett’s Landing closed to swimming and diving, Snohomish County
The Snohomish Health District issued a closure at Brackett’s Landing.
Clearer skies ahead
We're holding listening sessions for a new program aimed at reducing air pollution in the places that bear the brunt of pollution today.
Competitive streamflow grants projects
Thurston County collaborated with residents to create an innovative project using our competitive streamflow grants
Working to reduce Washington flood risks
Across Washington, the costs of flooding exceed all other natural disasters. In any given year, there is a better than an 80% chance that 10 or more flood events will occur.
Frequently Asked Questions about our Water Banking Grants Pilot Program
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about our Water Banking Grants Pilot Program
Join us for Let's Talk About Hanford
In our next edition of Let's Talk About Hanford, we're going to look back on the last year of cleanup.
Cleaning up: Two South Lake Union cleanups to make room for commercial space and affordable housing
The public is invited to comment on cleanup plans for two South Lake Union cleanup sites.
What's bugging Puget Sound benthos?
Ecology’s Marine Sediment Monitoring Team tracks the health of the sediments and invertebrates at the bottom of Puget Sound. They've been on the decline for decades – what could be contributing?

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