Does it rain where you live in unincorporated King County?

We are working on a program to help you to create a feature on your property that helps clean and store rainwater Raingardens and cisterns, have been successfully built in places like Seattle through the Rainwise program, but how feasible are these Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) projects and an incentive program in King County’s unincorporated … More Does it rain where you live in unincorporated King County?

For teachers and parents: Science Education Resources by Nature Vision

Nature Vision is offering three fun and engaging science packets that students K-12 can work on at home. The best part – it’s FREE! Each packet covers a different topic: Ecosystems; Watersheds; and Humans & Water With the COVID-19 pandemic and Governor Inslee’s order to close schools for the rest of the school year, teachers, … More For teachers and parents: Science Education Resources by Nature Vision

Good news for gardeners: the Garden Hotline is open for advice

Garden Hotline March 21 2020 Newsletter Full service virtual garden advice (and ‘in-person’ too!) The Garden Hotline will continue to provide full normal service (Mon.-Sat. 9am-5pm) in the coming weeks. With multiple staff and the ability to work remotely, they can offer practical advice for any level of gardener. While events are cancelled, the Garden … More Good news for gardeners: the Garden Hotline is open for advice

Art for Clean Water

The streets of downtown Keyport, Washington got a bit more beautiful last August. Here, the sea comes to life in the form of a giant octopus, an orange starfish, Orca whales, swirling schools of fish, and even a cheeky little seagull. Local artists painted the vibrant artwork on storm drains in the small community which … More Art for Clean Water