The fish almost disappeared from Howe Sound in the mid-1970s. Now, the Squamish Nation and citizen scientists are welcoming them home.
At Taylor Shellfish Farms, hiring is increasingly a challenge as skyrocketing housing costs and difficult working conditions make it hard to recruit.
Researchers found that taxes on sweetened beverages funded programs mainly benefiting lower-income households, including grocery subsidies and pre-K education.
Cynthia Holmes finds magic in the unexpected.
Over more than two decades, the Bremerton brewhouse has perfected the blend of flavor, creativity and kindness.
Bremerton chef Sam Spiva reimagined his culinary career after the pandemic kept him out of restaurant kitchens.
The cherry growing season was hit by a cold, wet spring, meaning that boxes will hit stores later — and likely be pricier — than in previous years.
Kayla McCarthy is trying to leave her home base better than she found it by creating community in a garden.
Some food banks anticipate increased demand, as people with low incomes face increased financial pressures.
Members of the King County Seed Lending Library community offer their neighbors edible plant seeds for free at the Great Seattle Seed Swap.
The Small Business Administration doled out $918 million statewide, but the largest awards went to Puget Sound eateries.
Like much of the West Coast, the state needs a regulatory overhaul if it wants to take advantage of emerging ocean aquaculture.
The CEO of Native American Agriculture Fund explains how the pandemic created a 'perfect storm' that worsened food access on reservations.
After repealing a racist 1834 law, the tribes opened Talking Cedar in 2020 and will begin distilling their own spirits next week.
Fisheries biologist Kwasi Addae uses data to help salmon and people live in balance.
There’s nothing Kwasi Addae loves more than Puget Sound.