Coronavirus concerns will have firefighters living differently and likely doing less.
As Washington public lands begin a patchwork reopening, outdoor advocates push for a unified message.
J.J. Hastings came off the grid into a pandemic. Stranded in Washington, she started swabbing for the virus.
Washington's small slaughterhouses see a boom as COVID hits big meat processors. Will it last?
The coronavirus hasn’t stopped the first-ever census of the invasive yellow bush, which can displace forests and increase wildfire risks.
A reader asks: Can I bake and share food with my neighbors?
From bird counts to COVID-19 testing, you can help researchers collect critical data from home.
Readers ask: Can I get elective surgery? Is my bike commute safe? Should fish tank cleaners come into my home?
With 100-year floods occurring twice a decade, a dam could offer relief — or endanger salmon and ecosystems.
The Elliott Bay Fishing Pier was a diverse hub where locals connected with surrounding nature. Will it ever come back?
Cross-laminated timber building could help fight climate change. But its threat to ecosystems could make it a mixed blessing.
A reader asks: Can my band go to the recording studio together if we practice social distancing?
Despite a swarm of worried calls, officials say humans don’t need to panic just yet.
With trash transfer stations closed during COVID-19, state leaders tell locals to stop leaving waste by roadsides.
PNW scientists went into the woods, ocean and outer space. We followed them.
Forty years after the mountain’s eruption, the weakened Spirit Lake tunnel could flood nearby towns if it collapses.