Happy New Year to All - Raise a Glass to our Salmon!
The City of Seattle introduces the Seattle Hazard Explorer, earthquakes, landslides and more...
Orca calf found dead near Tofino - Update: Not related to the Puget Sound Resident Orcas
Thank you to all of the jurisdictions who participated in the 2015 WRIA 9 Implementation survey, the survey was made possible by a generous grant from the King County Flood Control District, thank you!
No Child Left Inside Grant Program - The Washington State Legislature created the No Child Left Inside grant program to provide under-served students with quality opportunities to experience the natural world.
Walker Preserve Ivy Removal
Remove ivy and other invasive plants to allow native plants to grow and thrive along Walker Creek. This forested area provides habitat for salmon. Much work has already been done, but some patches of ivy remain.
Saturday, January 9, 2016
Normandy Park, Walker Preserve
(S 168th St & 2nd Ave S)
Did you know?
Chinook salmon (also known as king salmon) are listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act. In WRIA 9, citizens, scientists, businesses, environmental and community organizations, and local, state and federal governments are cooperating on protection and restoration projects and have developed a science-based plan to conserve salmon today and for future generations. Funding for the salmon conservation plan is provided by 17 local governments in the watershed.
Thank you for helping make our Watershed “Fit for a King!”