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Natural Resources and Parks

King County, Washington

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Green/Duwamish Watershed Strategy

Teaming up to protect the Watershed
King County and the City of Seattle are partnering with the University of Washington Green Futures Lab and the Bullitt Foundation to support our environment and the people who live, work, and play throughout the watershed surrounding the Green and Duwamish rivers, stretching 93 miles from the Cascades to Elliott Bay.

In the news

Federal Way Mirror– Aug. 14, 2014
Love your leftovers

Federal Way Mirror– Aug. 12, 2014
Local companies honored for stewardship

Federal Way Mirror– Aug. 4, 2014
King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way to close for improvements

Snoqualmie Valley Record – July 29, 2014
Floods, fish and farms: Floodplain project on the Snoqualmie’s Carlson stretch resets river’s history 

KING 5 TV– July 24, 2014
Smart shopping and storing tips to eliminate food waste 

KOMO 4 News – July 15, 2014
Recycled Art 

KING 5 TV – July 11, 2014
King County rolls out unique wastewater awareness campaign

Bothell/Kenmore Reporter – July 9
King County shares tips to reduce food waste

Press center and toolkit

2013 DNRP Annual Report

Logan Harris
Public Affairs Manager
Phone: 206-477-4516

Doug Williams
Media Relations Coordinator
Phone: 206-477-4543

Kate Karpf
Communications Specialist
Phone: 206-477-4537

Tim O'Leary
Multi-Media Specialist
Phone: 206-477-4519

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