Ecology Blog

Fecal Matters: Double Bluff Park now open for water recreation, Island County
On August 26, 2022, Island County Public Health lifted the advisory at Double Bluff County Park in Island County.
Fecal Matters: No-contact advisory issued for Double Bluff County Park, Island County
No-contact advisory issued for Double Bluff County Park, Island County
Fecal Matters: Silverdale Waterfront Park (Kitsap County) and Larrabee State Park (Whatcom County) are open for water recreation
Silverdale Waterfront Park is now open for recreation, Kitsap County. Larrabee State Park is now open for water recreation, Whatcom County.
Federal grant moves Aberdeen levee project forward
City of Aberdeen receives $50 million federal grant and $17 million in state funding to help fund North Shore Levee project.
Fecal Matters: Lions Field Park is open for water recreation, Kitsap County
Lions Field Park is open for water recreation, Kitsap County
Fecal Matters: No-contact advisory issued for Larrabee State Park/Wildcat Cove, Whatcom County
No-contact advisory issued for Larrabee State Park/Wildcat Cove, Whatcom County
Fecal Matters: No-contact advisory issued for Silverdale Waterfront Park and Lions Field Park, Kitsap County
No-contact advisory issued for Silverdale Waterfront Park and Lions Field Park, Kitsap County.
New videos highlight the need to keep Skagit Valley streams wild and cool
Cold streams are crucial to protecting salmon and the wildlife that depend on them, including orcas. To help raise awareness of Skagit Valley’s warming waters, we’ve created four educational videos.
How to replace hazardous lights in Washington schools
By filling out an application and verifying that it meets the criteria, Reardan High School recently qualified for up to $10,000 to remove, dispose of, and replace 30 old light ballasts.
Fecal Matters: Cormorant Cove beach is now open to water recreation, King County
Cormorant Cove beach is now open to water recreation, King County.

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