Healthy water starts at home. Learn about how your household chores can protect local water quality.

5 Spring Cleaning Tips

A Green Healthy Lawn Naturally

Atmospheric Deposition & the Pollution Globetrotters

Bee Friendly To Your Yard

Cleaning Carpets & Pressure Washing

Conserving Water Conserves Cash

Create Backyard Habitat


DeIcer-How to Keep Your Home & Family Safe

Electric Vehicles

Properly Drain & Clean Your Pool or Hot Tub

First Flush: Keep Fall Rain Runoff Clean & Clear

Free Disposal for Some Noxious Weeds

Get Rid of Weeds but Protect the Bees

Goats, Sheep and Pigs…Oh, My!

Green Roofs Beauty & Functionality

Habitat Restoration Begins at Home

Hotter Drier Summers

Household Hazardous Waste

How Can Practicing Natural Lawn Care Help Salmon?

How is Groundwater Connected to Streams and Rain?

Keep Green When You Clean

Keep Hitch Hikers Off Boots

LID Code Updates

LID Installing a New Driveway or Patio

Managing Rat Populations without Poisons

Monitoring Indian Creek


Native Plants for Winter Landscapes

Nutrients in Lawn

Plastics & Water

Pressure Washing & Spring Cleaning

Preventing Stormwater Pollution

Protect Water From Nitrates

Protecting 0ur Water When Removing Moss

Puget Sound’s Underwater Forests

Reusable Face Mask Pattern & Tutorial

Safe Road to Spring Cleaning

Salmon & Copper

Seasonal First Flush

Septic System Care

Slow The Flow

Spring Cleaning the “Green” Way

Spring Cleaning Tips

Stormwater Pollutants & Fish Mortality

Stormwater Runoff

Streams, Drought & Salmon

Summer Activities

This Spring Go Green

Use Water Wisely Outside

Water Rights: What They Are & Why They Matter

What Can Kids Do?

What’s Blooming in Budd? Dinophysis!

What’s Really Polluting Puget Sound?

What’s Really Really Running off your Roof?

Wildfires and Water Quality

Wildflower Seed Packets: Friend or Foe?

Wildlife in the Classroom & Home: Do Not Release

Winter Rains

Work-Life Balance at Yauger Park

You Flushed What Down the Drain?

For more ways you can protect our natural resources, visit the Reference Library.