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The Elliott Bay Fishing Pier was a diverse hub where locals connected with surrounding nature. Will it ever come back?
Suction dredge mining hurts salmon and orcas. It's past time to regulate it.
When climate change started killing the Pacific Northwest's oysters by the millions, scientists and growers taught the world how to safeguard an ecosystem.
After recent declines, a new breeding program could help safeguard the cockle's future as a food source for tribes like the Suquamish.
With Washington's natural kelp beds declining, farms could fill an ecological niche and serve an emergent market. But barriers to entry remain high.
A new study is attempting to link salmon exposure to toxic substances in wastewater, to orca health
The secret weapons: suction cups.
A new series of maps is driving home that as things stand, some people may not have enough time to evacuate a Cascadia tsunami.
Hundreds of derelict nets are tangled deep in Puget Sound, threatening delicate marine habitat. So Washington wildlife officials enlisted the Army's deep-sea dive team for help.
Scientists, conservationists and state regulators warn that changes to the legislation could make species and habitat recovery more difficult.
More whales mean greater risk of ship strikes and fishing line entanglement.
As the documentary Dammed to Extinction tours the Northwest, its filmmakers argue time isn't up for orcas or salmon if we act now.
Cooke Aquaculture hopes to bring marine steelhead farming to Washington, but environmental advocates are worried about the risks.
In a reversal that likely transfers authority to EPA headquarters, southwest Alaska's Pebble Mine gets closer to being built despite concerns for the bay's productive fisheries.
These scientists are building an inclusive future for STEM in Washington state — and beyond.