“Immerse Yourself in the Puget Sound” is a program designed to train volunteers to join the Beach Watchers. Volunteers should be beach lovers who want to help protect Puget Sound’s waters, wildlife and landscape in Snohomish County.
The prevalence of protected wildlife areas in borderlands makes international relations key to the survival of lynx, bears and other large migratory animals, according to new WSU research.
Their work will help watershed planners across the state develop projects that balance growth with the needs of threatened salmon and steelhead.
Moving can be tough, but eventually most of us acclimate to new surroundings. That’s true for humans, and research from WSU shows it’s the same for sage-grouse too.
Alex Fremier will collect water, fish and sediment samples in the Lower Amazon River Basin with the aim of learning where microplastics occur in the regional web of human food.
A WSU-led research group has found a way to turn daily plastic waste products into jet fuel.
The WSU Sustainability Fair is a way for WSU faculty, staff, and students and companies to promote and share sustainability focused research, projects, services, and products within the WSU community.
Dr. Paul Auerbach, a physician, author, and professor of medicine at Stanford, will present “Climate Change and Human Health — There Are No Boundaries.”
From cities to rural and wild areas, Kevan Moffett wants to better understand the role of water on the planet.
Learn how to protect and preserve their streams and waterways at an upcoming Stream Stewards training course from WSU Extension experts.