Celebrate the power of crowdsourcing pollution prevention by doing small acts for clean water: Fix car leaks, bag and put pet waste in the trash, use a commercial car wash, avoid pesticides in your yard and garden, and keep plastics out of Puget Sound. You have the super power to help clean up Puget Sound. … More Celebrate May ‘Puget Sound Starts Here Month’ with small acts for clean water
Fill in the blank: __________ in every 10 STEM professionals is a minority woman. What percentage of Hispanics, African Americans and Native Americans who have a STEM degree, have a STEM job? What percentage of STEM degrees were awarded to people of color in 2012? Women hold what percentage of all STEM jobs? What percentage … More Test your Environmental Equity IQ!
A rain barrel at your home will conserve water and reduce the amount of stormwater runoff that carries pollutants to streams. Reusing food grade containers also removes materials from the waste stream. You can put yours together for about $30. Tips for using your rain barrel Do not use collected water for drinking, cooking or … More How to Make Your Own Rain Barrel
After a long, gray, dreary winter, the sun is out and temperatures are increasing. It’s almost that time of year again, when the only activity that sounds good is to go swim in a local lake, or take the dog for a walk to let them play in the water. Unfortunately, this favorite of summer … More Harmful Algae Blooms
So you’re trying to raise money for your sports team, church or school. You’d like to host a fundraiser that is simple and fun for everyone. The weather’s been warm and Aha!, you think, a carwash will be easy. BUT WAIT! Did you know that water flowing into most storm drains isn’t treated? Instead, that … More Holding a Car Wash Fundraiser? Please Think Again!