Sammamish Kokanee Cam
The kokanee are running in a few tributaries of Lake Sammamish, fall to winter. Watching them is like watching a campfire. Enjoy.
Celebration on Vashon: Open Space Preservation
It was an "open space preservation" birthday party of sorts for Washington State Senator Sharon Nelson, who not only celebrated her own birthday July 10th , she announced an additional $2 million in state funding has been secured to acquire open space on Vashon and Maury islands.
Spring 2015 Video: 6th Annual Lake Sammamish kokanee fry release
Classes from Pine Lake Middle School and Blackwell Elementary in Sammamish and from Campbell Hill Elementary from Renton helped release kokanee salmon fry into Laughing Jacobs Creek. King County Executive Dow Constantine and a student leader from Pine Lake Middle School speak in this video.
Green/Duwamish Watershed Strategy
Executive Constantine explains a new strategy to support the health, economy and environment of the Green/Duwamish Watershed. King County and the City of Seattle are teaming up to improve conditions throughout the watershed surrounding the Green and Duwamish rivers, stretching 93 miles from the Cascades to Elliott Bay.
Restoring Rainbow Bend: Good for People and Fish
The Cedar River provides critical salmon habitat in Seattle's backyard and drinking water to 1.4 million people, but is also prone to dangerous flooding. The Rainbow Bend Floodplain Restoration project protected people while improving the health of the Cedar River.
5th Annual Lake Sammamish Kokanee Fry Release and Ceremony
Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell joined King County Executive Dow Constantine, partners from the Lake Sammamish Kokanee Work Group, and two fifth-grade classes from Campbell Hill Elementary School in Rentont to release juvenile kokanee into Ebright Creek, a tributary of Lake Sammamish.