Improving Shoreline Master Programs
Futurewise works statewide to protect shoreline habitats.
Don't Drip & Drive
Each year, our vehicles release 7 million quarts of motor oil and other petroleum-related products into the Puget Sound watershed. Don’t Drip & Drive is a unique opportunity for drivers to save money on vehicle maintenance while helping protect our waters for future generations.
Shore Friendly - Kitsap
Shore Friendly Kitsap is a partnership of Kitsap County, WSU Extension Kitsap, Washington Sea Grant and Futurewise to assist marine shoreline homeowners who are interested in voluntarily removing all or part of their old bulkhead.
Waterworks - Algona
Futurewise, in partnership with Home Town Community Services and the City of Algona, will be working with Algona community volunteers as well as teachers within the Auburn School District to create a coordinated set of stormwater pollution reduction education and on-the-ground projects in Algona
Futurewise and agency and community partners worked to set forth a vision and implementable strategies for an integrated network of green spaces throughout Bellingham’s watersheds to provide safe, healthy movement of people, water and wildlife.
Lay of the Land Report & Low‐Impact Development Social Marketing
Futurewise coordinated with stormwater staff from all jurisdictions in King County, as well as development professionals, who provided their insights about the lay of the land of low impact development/green stormwater infrastructure (LID/GSI) and related issues in King County.