Monday, March 4, 2024
Ahead of Everett treatment plant’s new permit, locals want Ecology to draft stricter requirements for flame retardants like PBDEs.
After operating months without the right paperwork, OMA Construction applied for permits last week. The county found it still violates code.
The Climate Vulnerability Tool outlines climate hazards in Snohomish County — and it may help direct resources.
The annual reading event features books by award-winning and shortlisted authors Neal Shusterman and Diane Cook, who will launch the series Friday.
The County Council approved an agreement under which local officials will provide input on any plan to reintroduce grizzly bears.
Mountain Loop Mine has operated next door to Fairmount Elementary without proper permits for months. Teachers are fed up.
To keep home chefs salivating, Earth and Ocean sources premium seafood, steak and more with an eye for freshness and quality.
Snowfall in the Cascade Range has been low — and what has fallen has been melting fast. That could spell trouble down the road.
Over 100 visitors searched for anemones and chitons Tuesday. Volunteers said the event sparks “enthusiasm for the natural world.”
The Climate Commitment Act funds electric vehicle charging stations and other projects. Inslee is defending against an effort to repeal it.
Visitors will have access to the park’s new boat launch July 1, but not the fishing pier. Kayak Point will close again Oct. 15.
A new bill cosponsored by Rep. Strom Peterson, D-Edmonds, could give Washingtonians refunds for glass and plastic, to boost recycling.
Guides will identify species at low tide Feb. 6. Visitors can expect to see anemones, sea stars and crabs.
Island County Public Works abruptly banned a school from a nature preserve, its cofounders said. Parents are outraged and aghast.
So far, contractors have built a new boat launch and parking area. Construction of a new fishing pier is set for summer.
Restricted recreation areas can sometimes cause conflict. “We’re all birders,” said Tom Elliott, a Washington Waterfowl Association member.
Mountain Loop Mine’s Everett facility has operated without a proper permit for months, mere feet from Fairmount Elementary’s portables.
Locals dropped off styrofoam and Christmas trees on Saturday. The event helped repurpose items not allowed in recycling bins.
Two recycling bills are on the state’s upcoming legislative agenda. One could change who pays for curbside recycling.
Pollution in the Snohomish River isn’t new. But out of love for the waterway, residents and rowers serve as environmental stewards.