Nature has a way of bringing us together. This April, connect with nature in your local and global communities.
Discover how you can celebrate earth day all month long.
Share nature’s beauty.
through your own lens.
Get hands-on to protect
and preserve nature.
Contribute to make
every day Earth Day.
March with us!
Our work is guided by science, and that's why we march. Join us for the 2018 March for Science in Seattle to stand in support of research and understanding of our natural world, alongside policies that celebrate its strength our place within it.
Explore nature nearby
We're lucky to live in a beautiful state where nature is never far. Find the hallmark (and hidden) spots in your neighborhood to get out and celebrate Earth all month.
Take a trip to explore the nature on our doorsteps with three hikes on Tiger, Cougar and Squak mountains!
Just minutes from downtown Yakima on sagebrush-studded land, wildflowers bloom, birds sing, and sparkling creeks cut through the landscape.
Several of our followers took macro photos and sent them in to us. Submit your own and be featured on our blog!
This park boast diverse habitats, walking trails, and countless recreational amenities. Our user-submitted blog highlights birdsong among the park's early signs of Spring.
Walking through the woods in Western Washington, though, we learned that details are essential to telling a broader story.
We recently explored the park with David B. Williams, local natural-history writer and author of "Seattle Walks." Watch our Facebook Live broadcast of our visit to the park.
A picture-perfect network of trails and waterfalls invites a day hike on the edge of the city.
The closer you get to marine life, the more wondrous it can seem. Explore these macro photos of marine species and try and guess what they are!
Industry abounds in Seattle's Duwamish Valley, but several projects are underway to expand access to nearby nature for its residents.
Local author David B. Williams shares his favorite spots to escape the urban jungle and seek out nature around Seattle.