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May. 2, 2016 Joint Release: EPA, USACE and Washington Department of Ecology

Public encouraged to attend oil spill-response workshop May 12 in Pasco

PASCO – State and federal agencies are hosting a workshop in Pasco, Wash., for anyone interested in helping develop a response plan that will p... More

May. 2, 2016 Puget Sound Partnership

Monitoring studies show that street sweepers effectively cut pollution to Puget Sound

Decades of industrial activities have produced widespread pollution of water, sediments, and upland areas in Tacoma’s Thea Foss Waterway, severel... More

May. 3, 2016 Pathogens in Urban Stormwater Systems

A Live ASCE Four-Part Webinar Series

Webinars beginning on May 4th The protection of recreational beneficial uses is becoming one of the most costly and ubiquitous challenges for... More

May. 1, 2016 Ecology News

May is Puget Sound Starts Here month

OLYMPIA – Governor Jay Inslee has proclaimed May as Puget Sound Starts Here Month, launching hundreds of events and activities to help people i... More

May. 3, 2016 New EPA Climate Change Training Module

Understanding Climate Change Impacts on Water Resources

EPA has a new online training module - "Understanding Climate Change Impacts on Water Resources." This training is intended to increase w... More

May. 6, 2016 City Parks, Clean Water

Making Great Places Using Green Infrastructure

The Trust for the Public Land has released a report exploring the intersection of green infrastructure and parks.... More

May. 4, 2016 Ecology News

New wastewater permit for fruit packers up for review

UNION GAP – A general wastewater permit for the fresh fruit packing industry is being updated for 191 facilities across Washington.... More

May. 4, 2016 Ecology News

Comments sought on Franklin County’s shoreline plan

PASCO – A program to manage shorelines in Franklin County is open for comment through the Washington Department of Ecology. The propos... More

May. 4, 2016 Ecology’s Marine News

“EYES OVER PUGET SOUND

What you will find: Spring air temperatures are higher - it has been sunny and dry. The snowpack is quickly disappearing as temperatures are up to... More

May. 5, 2016 Center for Watershed Protection

Education Programs to Enhance Pollutant Removal webcast

Since 2009, the Center for Watershed Protection has been providing high quality webcasts for stormwater and watershed professionals. Since we beg... More

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