The Only Constant Is Change: Explore How Rivers Meander Over Time

Words and graphics by Erica Simek Sloniker Many of us live near a river. Overtime, we grow accustomed to observing its flow at various times of the year as well as the path it follows. In many cases, we simply enjoy watching the wildlife or the beautiful glossy hue a...

Stories From The Floodplain

Floodplains Come Alive Through Storytelling By Heather Cole   When I think of rivers an idealistic picture comes to mind. An image of water flowing from steep snow-capped mountains, meandering through valleys and forests and then finally emptying into the brackish...

Two RFPs From NFWF

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation is currently requesting proposals for two grants: Killer Whale Research and Conservation Program 2018  The program will award up to $800,000 in funds this year for killer whale conservation. The program may also support...

Get Inspired!

Are you inspired to be part of a lasting legacy of environmental commitment and action that shapes the future of Washington State?  Watch and listen to the powerful Ecology video highlighting SEA Programs’ Floodplain by Design efforts, and get inspired to join an...

Ecology is Hiring!

The Washington State Department of Ecology is hiring a Floodplain Restoration Planner. The Floodplain Restoration Planner position serves as an associate-level planner, supporting administration of the Floodplains-by-Design program by providing regional...

RSVP for our Spring Workshop

We invite you to join us for our Spring Floodplains by Design workshop scheduled for: Wednesday, May 30th 2018  9:30am - 4:00pm The Mountaineers in Seattle 7700 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115 This workshop will focus on building and sharing our collective...

From Dust to Foods: Dramatic Weather and Natural Solutions

by Courtney Baxter, Puget Sound Conservation Coordinator I grew up on the surface of the sun, though most people know it as Phoenix, Arizona. My childhood memories are filled with hot, hot summers; impossible to endure the outdoors for longer than 10 minutes, we often...

Watch: Fish-Farms-Floods

Check out this new series of videos developed to spread the win-win-win news of collaborating for fish-farms-floods. These videos highlight the Floodplains for the Future that is a subset of Floodplains by Design projects in Pierce County, Washington. Floodplains by...

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