“Engineering: See It, Solve It” was the theme of the Feb. 9, Enumclaw STEM Expo. And since Science, technology, engineering and math are the cornerstones of the work done in the Water and Land Resources Division, naturally we were there to spark the interest of the next generation of our workforce.
As seen in this photo, many of the more than 3,000 attendees took the “Noxious or Native Quiz” to see if they could identify plants in their environment.
The Stormwater Services team showed kids how they map King County’s stormwater system digitally and did some hands-on water sampling demos with equipment to show how they manage stormwater and improve water quality.
King County’s Noxious Weed Program and Stormwater Services teams were two of more than 70 exhibitors that included Boeing, Fred Hutchinson Science Education Partnership, Pacific Science Center, Association of Chemical Engineering Graduate Students and the King Conservation District.