Welcome to the second year of the Conservation Corridor! Come connect with local King County non-profits and community action groups engaging residents in conservation action. Learn about what these incredible groups are working on to help create a healthier planet for the future. Inspired? Sign up to get involved.
Conservation Corridor Activities
Protect Local Waterways
What does it mean to "adopt" a drain? By adopting a drain you will be making a commitment to monitor and maintain a drain of your choice. Create a positive impact by preventing flooding in your neighborhood by keeping drains free of debris; preventing pollutants from entering our lakes, rivers, creeks, and Puget Sound, which impact the habitat for fish and other wildlife; and helping the city maintain our infrastructure, especially during fall months when rain increases and falling leaves block the drains.
The Carkeek Watershed Community Action Project (CWCAP) uses education in action to promote clean water for the health and safety of salmon, watersheds, community, and the Puget Sound. Come learn about the work this volunteer-run group has be doing for the past 30 years, and how you can get involved in their salmon programs. Joining them will be the Carkeek Park Advisory Council and the Seattle Watershed Alliance
Learn how predators in Lake Washington & Lake Sammamish use artificial light from nearby homes, docks, and streets to hunt for baby salmon seeking shelter along the shore. Using your eagle eyes, see how many fish you can spot in an interactive eye-spy game.
Curious about microplastics? Puget Soundkeeper will be offering an up-close look at what there pollutants look like. They will also be providing educational materials about stormwater pollution, urban creeks, and urban runoff mortality syndrome - which kills salmon.
Curious about what goes in the recycling bin, the commercial compost, and the landfill? Come test your sorting skills at The Recycling Challenge! Play in causal more or add some spice by racing the clock or a friend. Prizes include compost bins, compostable bags, and yard waste sacks.
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