Cuando use su teléfono por la mañana o consulte el tiempo en Internet, es posible que últimamente vea una alerta: “Aviso de Bandera Roja (Temporada de Incendios)”. Continue Reading Aviso de bandera roja: ¿Qué significa?
Organizaciones ambientales de todo Washington realizaron actividades educativas y al aire libre para celebrar la Semana Latina de la Conservación, que tuvo lugar entre el 15 y el 23 de junio. Continue Reading Comunidades latinas celebran semana de la conservación
In this Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2019, photo released by the U.S. Forest Service flames from the Nethker Fire engulf trees at Payette National Forest near McCall, Idaho. The Northwest has… Continue Reading Red Flag Warning: What does it mean?
Three of five people hospitalized for listeria infections in Pierce and Thurston counties have died, according to the Washington Department of Health. Continue Reading Three die of listeria in western WA, source of illnesses still unknown
On Monday, the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) decided to pause an auction of 102 acres of public, forested lands to harvest for timber in King County that had been scheduled for Tuesday.
King County council members wrote a letter to Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz and the Board of Natural Resources last week, urging them to defer the auction. Continue Reading Washington Department of Natural Resources pauses King County timber auction
Prineville Hotshots construct handline along the edge of the Newell Road Fire in south-central Washington. (Credit: Newell Fire Information, Facebook) Read As new, large fires have started in Oregon and… Continue Reading Drought conditions lead to several new, large fires in Washington, Oregon
The Ice Harbor Dam on the Snake River. (Courtesy: Bonneville Power Administration) Listen (Runtime 0:45) Read Several conservation and fishing groups say the Snake River dams are making the river… Continue Reading Groups plan to sue to remove Snake River dams over hot water troubles for salmon
Un incendio en el centro-sur de Washington ha amenazado proyectos de energías renovables, ganado y fauna salvaje, así como un importante vertedero del estado. Continue Reading Cuadrillas evitan que el incendio de Newell Road alcance granja solar y vertedero
In Yakima, some organizations use art to promote mental health. After-school activities and events help people to explore self-expression and creativity to improve their emotional and social well-being. Continue Reading El arte ayuda a mejorar la salud mental en Yakima
The Newell Road Fire in south-central Washington has burned more than 50,000 acres. (Credit: Newell Road Fire Information, Facebook.) Read A fire in south-central Washington has threatened renewable energy projects,… Continue Reading Crews keep Newell Road Fire from reaching solar farm, landfill
In Yakima, some organizations use art to promote mental health. After-school activities and events help people to explore self-expression and creativity to improve their emotional and social well-being. Continue Reading Art is a tool for enhancing mental health in Yakima
Environmental organizations around Washington hold educational and outdoor activities to celebrate Latino Conservation Week. It encourages communities to enjoy nature and join forces to protect the environment. Continue Reading Latino communities celebrate conservation week
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