The state of Washington is beautiful, rich in natural resources, and has a highly diverse topography, climate, and growing conditions. This diversity is reflected in our people, communities, farms, and industries—and our significant natural resources.
We provide outreach and educational resources for the communities we serve. Our research-based publications, workshops, and programs offer practical guidance for protecting natural resources associated with streams, rivers, lakes, wetlands, estuaries and marine waters.
The Forest and Wildlife Extension program provides education and information about forest management to private forest landowners as well as the general public.