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Stormwater Heatmap

May 09, 2022

Our stormwater community welcomes a new mapping tool, the Puget Sound Stormwater Heatmap, which can help users identify hotspots where stormwater pollution is generated. This will help stormwater managers decide where pollution interventions should be made to address the most contaminated parts of our landscape. This tool is a collaborative effort between The Nature Conservancy, […]

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Spanish Translations and HEAL

August 02, 2021

This spring the Washington State Legislature passed what’s appropriately called the Healthy Environment for All or “HEAL” Act, and the Climate Impacts Group (CIG) published a Spanish translation of several climate change reports: The reports – Sin Tiempo Que Perder and Cambiando las Líneas de Nieve y las Líneas de Costa – or No Time […]

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Searchable Database for NEP Projects

April 22, 2021

Looking for what stormwater projects are being put on the ground under EPA’s National Estuary Program? Look no further! The Washington Stormwater Center, as part of its role in the Stormwater Strategic Initiative Lead Team, works with both Habitat and Shellfish teams towards Puget Sound Recovery. This work is led by the Puget Sound Partnership and […]

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Toxics in Fish- A Strategy Waiting for You

November 10, 2020

 Fixing the past and offering future opportunities  Toxics in fish. How did the toxics get there? What happens to fish and people when they are contaminated? How can we correct past mistakes and pave the way for future opportunities and increase community health? The Toxics in Fish Implementation Strategy is a roadmap for preventing, managing, and cleaning up a range […]

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