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Washington Department of Ecology Launches 2015 Drought Response Website DOE is working on drought relief in river basins in all four of Ecology’s regions. Ecology’s drought relief work has been focused on relieving hardships for farmers facing water shortages and working with the state Department of Fish & Wildlife in taking action now to prevent fish passage … Continue reading Web-ucation: Links to Help You Learn

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The emerald ash borer is marching westward Yikes! The emerald ash borer has decimated ash trees and urban forests throughout upper midwestern states and has recently been discovered in Colorado. Let's hope it never makes it to Washington. In the meantime, you can prepare for this worst-case scenario by learning to assess your ash tree for … Continue reading Web-ucation: Links to Help You Learn

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What will the climate in your city be like by 2060? The Scenario-Based Projected Changes Map is an online map that provides easy access to localized scenarios of projected changes in annual total precipitation, precipitation intensity, annual average temperature, 100-year storm events, and sea-level rise from EPA's Climate Resilience Evaluation and Awareness Tool. Teach kids about invasive … Continue reading Web-ucation: Links to Help You Learn

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Managing tree related hazards and post-disaster tree recovery The American Planning Association teams up with the US Forest Service and other partners to tackle this important topic. Find out more about their preliminary findings. Minnesota unveils first-of-its-kind storm water crediting system for urban trees We all know trees benefit storm water management, but Minnesota is taking … Continue reading Web-ucation: Links to Help You Learn