Local Governments and Businesses Team up for Clean Water and Coffee

It’s mid-February, and in many ways 2021 feels like a distant dream from where we’re standing now. Nevertheless, we wanted to take a moment to travel back in time to September 2021, when we celebrated Puget Sound Starts Here Month across the Puget Sound region. Puget Sound Starts Here Month is an exciting time when … More Local Governments and Businesses Team up for Clean Water and Coffee

Celebrate Clean Water During Puget Sound Starts Here Month

With three small changes to how we drive and take care of our cars, we can keep pollution out of our creeks, lakes, rivers and Puget Sound. When it rains, pollution from cars wash into storm drains. Storm drains do not lead to a treatment plant but directly to local streams, lakes, rivers, and Puget Sound. Pollutants like oil, car wash soaps and chemicals, and bits of tire dust are bad for water quality and harm people and wildlife, like salmon and orcas, that depend on clean water to survive. … More Celebrate Clean Water During Puget Sound Starts Here Month

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