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Mark's 85-mile swim
From crystal clear headwaters to the polluted mouth on Puget Sound, the Duwamish River collects pollution and dumps it into Puget Sound. We're working to restore the river - that's why Mark Powell is swimming the entire length of the river! Read more...
Save the Date!
We're excited to spend another evening with you at this year's Green Gala! Learn more about what to expect at our new location this year - and don't forget to mark it on your calendars.

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Join us in saying no!
Join us in saying no!
We urge a NO vote on Tim Eyman's latest bad idea, I-1366, that cuts important funding for our state.
Stories and Sailing: A Puget Sound Trip with Best Selling Author
Stories and Sailing: A Puget Sound Trip with Best Selling Author
William Dietrich, New York Times Best Selling Author, and WEC supporters celebrate Earth Day in style aboard the racing sailboat “Double Take”
Sign this Petition: Coal + Oil = Bad for WA!
Sign this Petition: Coal + Oil = Bad for WA!
Tell our state leaders that oil and coal trains have no place in Washington state. We are not willing to put our communities and waterways at risk for the profit of oil and coal companies.
Oil Transportation
Oil Transportation
Learn more about the action we're taking to protect our state from increasing oil transport - and how you can get involved!
Getting to Know WEC
Getting to Know WEC
Watch short vignettes of three young WEC supporters that share stories of defending the Sound, working for the future of Washington's forests, and combating climate change.
People For Puget Sound Program
People For Puget Sound Program
Our People For Puget Sound Program carries on the same mission: to protect and restore Puget Sound to health. It’s a big task, but it’s one we take on with confidence in the fit with our mission and the strength of our partners.

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