“Natural resources are naturally occurring substances that are considered valuable in their relatively unmodified (natural) form.
A natural resource’s value rests in the amount of the material available and the demand for it. The latter is determined by its usefulness to production.” – Wikipedia
WATER.WSU.EDU Comprehensive water website for Washington
Whether you’re a homeowner, farmer, citizen scientist, or simply enjoy life-long learning, you’ll find WSU publications, training opportunities, research and programs and timely news on important water-related issues on the website. Topics covered include water quality, conservation and irrigation, landscaping, low impact development and rain gardens, noxious weeds, marine shorelines, climate change, and watershed stewardship. WSU Extension, in partnership with WSU’s world-class researchers, brings you this wealth of water related information on the many aspects of fresh and salt water in Washington state.