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Calendar of environmental events and hands-on volunteer opportunities in King County.
Drainage and Water Quality Complaints, King County
Notify King County of stormwater runoff and surface water quality problems by phone or an online form.
Horses for Clean Water
Classes and workshops for King County horseowners include management of manure, mud, pastures and weeds, and seeding, composting manure, stream fencing and restoration, and wildlife enhancement.
King Conservation District
Encourages environmental and agricultural enhancement, coordinates productive relationships between citizens and regulatory agencies and helps landowners implement conservation practices.
King County Wastewater Treatment Division
Transporting and treating the region's wastewater, protecting public health and water quality of Puget Sound and Lake Washington while promoting biosolids recycling and water reuse.
King County Water and Land Resources
Information on protecting and enhancing lakes, streams, marine waters, wetlands, and fish and wildlife habitat; promoting agriculture and forestry; preventing flood damage; and volunteer and educational opportunities.
King County Yard and Garden Topics
Information about rain barrels, composting, native plants, noxious weeds, pest control, and other topics of natural yard care. Images, tips, contact information, and links.
Information about King County lakes including tips for lakeside residents, reports about water quality and invasive aquatic plants, and features on lake stewardship.
Lake Washington and Lake Sammamish Data
Weather and water quality conditions in Lake Washington and Lake Sammamish. Data include air temperature and humidity, water temperature, dissolved oxygen, pH, chlorophyll, and conductivity at various lake depths.
Local Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County
Provides ideas for safer use of pesticides, household chemicals, paint, auto products, and how to properly dispose of household hazardous waste. Includes Wastemobile schedule and directions.
Mountains to Sound Greenway
Encompasses farms and forests, urban and wilderness parks, historic towns and recreational opportunities along Interstate 90, crossing Kittitas and King Counties.
Natural Resources and Parks Newsroom
News releases and press reports related to wastewater, solid waste, recycling, water resources, land resources, and flooding in King County, Washington.
Stream Bug Monitoring
Benthic macroinvertebrates including caddisflies, mayflies, stoneflies, and other aquatic creatures, and how these bugs are used to measure pollution and nutrient levels in King County streams.
Watersheds of King County
Geographic portal to natural resource information, based on drainage basins in King County. See what King County is working on in your neighborhood.
What do I do with...?
Find out how to recycle or dispose of appliances, electronics, construction materials, clothing and other materials in environmentally-friendly ways.
Last update:December 7, 2016 at 23:45:08 UTC