King County scientists identify unprecedented harmful algal bloom in Puget Sound that is of concern for fish.
The Marine Rescue Dive Unit removed a boat from Lake Geneva, disposed of it for $28, saving the Lake Geneva Management District money that could be used for improving water quality.
At the frontline of King County’s effort to protect and restore salmon habitat is the fish passage field team.
Over the course of this short-term project, the crew of 16 assessed nearly 27,000 stormwater structures in King County.
Watch a video of the SoundGuardian crew deploying and anchoring a water quality buoy in Puget Sound at Point Williams, off Lincoln Park in West Seattle.
The Summer Youth program provides approximately 15 students the opportunity to learn about watershed management, water quality, local conservation and stewardship activities and careers in environmental fields.
This two-minute video contains underwater footage of sockeye salmon and Chinook salmon using a constructed channel at the Rainbow Bend Levee Removal and Floodplain Restoration Project on the Cedar River.
King County has begun its seasonal monitoring of freshwater swimming beaches to ensure they are safe for recreation.