Working Together for
Clean Water

Stop and Scoop!

Don’t let your pooch pollute. A single gram of dog poop, about the size of a pea, contains 23 million fecal coliform bacteria. That’s almost twice the amount in human waste.
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Stream-Friendly Moss Control

Roof moss is a common problem in the Pacific Northwest. Moss killers containing pesticides, zinc or copper sulfates can pollute our streams, lakes and wetlands and harm fish and plants in our waterways.
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Become a Nature Sleuth!

Join us this winter for one (or many) Nature Sleuth adventures! Using the GooseChase app on your tablet or smartphone, explore and sleuth your way through more than 20 beautiful parks in Thurston County.
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Upcoming Events

Learn, have fun and help our local waters. More

Hands-On Science

Roll up your sleeves and get your boots wet! Experience real hands-on science. More

Get Involved

Explore with us! Lectures, workshops and volunteer events. More

Winter 2021 Newsletter

In This Issue

  • Lichen Field Workshop
  • Native Plants for Your Winter Landscape
  • Amphibians of the Pacific Northwest Workshop
  • Featured Creature: The Common Loon
  • Featured Waterbody: Lake Lois
  • Kids’ Corner Coloring Page
  • And More!