Natural Resources and Parks
Give us your best shot: King County Parks wants trail photos for new regional trail map
King County Parks' 175-mile regional trail system links together some of the most scenic portions of the county, and now Parks wants to show off trail users' best photos.
EnviroStars team wins Grand Award
The EnviroStars-certified Swedish Issaquah hospital and 5-Star Signature Landscape Services have been recognized for their green aproach by the Washington Association of Landscape Professionals with a Grand Award.
Artist Home Presents: Timber! Outdoor Music Festival, July 24-26, in Tolt-MacDonald Park
After packing out King County's Tolt-MacDonald Park in Carnation last year, Timber! Outdoor Music Festival is back in 2014 with an expanded lineup and an extra day of festivities.
Volunteer for March 1 native plant salvage and help keep King County green - naturally
Land in Snoqualmie that is scheduled for clearing and development can still provide benefits to habitat elsewhere in King County - but only with your help.
King County Green Schools Program honors seven schools for resource conservation
Seven schools earned recognition in February for their successful conservation practices from the King County Green Schools Program, which helps individual schools and even entire school districts cut waste and save resources.
Snoqualmie Valley farmers: Apply for farm pad assistance by March 21
Agricultural landowners or operators who work in the Snoqualmie Valley Agriculture Production District can reduce their risk of loss from flooding by building a farm pad or elevated structure, where livestock and farm equipment can be placed during floods.
Give your business a green EnviroStars valentine
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, check out the hugs and kisses the EnviroStars program is receiving from local businesses in a new video: EnviroStars, Good for Business, Good for the Environment.
Wastemobile makes first stop of 2014 in Bothell, offers free household hazardous waste disposal
All King County and city residents can safely dispose of old car batteries, oil, paint thinner and many other household hazardous items at no cost when the Wastemobile makes its first stop of 2014 in Bothell.
Preston-Snoqualmie Trail closure coming Feb. 24-28 to repair damaged bridge
King County must make important safety repairs to an old trestle along the Preston-Snoqualmie Trail near the City of Snoqualmie, leading to a scheduled five-day closure of the trail in late February.