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Stormwater pollution: Solutions within reach

Posted by | April 13, 2016

Jenifer McIntyre“Stormwater runoff is the No. 1 source of pollution affecting Puget Sound and one-third of Washington state’s waters. Untreated stormwater damages the health of fish, shellfish and marine mammals that depend on clean water.”

–Op-Ed The Seattle Times, April 12, 2016.

The time to act on stormwater pollution is now and WSU is committed to solutions that work.

Learn more in this Seattle Times Op-Ed by John Stark, director of the WSU Puyallup Research and Extension Center and the Washington Stormwater Center, and  Christopher J. Keane, WSU vice president for research.

Also, check out this great video from the 2016 WSU Innovators lecture – Stormwater detox : How natural infrastructure can help save salmon