• Breaking Bud Forest Walk

    Come see the Tahuya Headwaters Creek legacy forest in Kitsap County, DNR was planning to log 66 acres of this forest in the “Breaking Bud” timber sale, but the discovery of a rare ecosystem has delayed the sale. […]

  • KEC Presents: Growing Healthy Soils to Feed the World

    In the documentary Into the Soil, we follow Brigid LeFevre, who runs a community-supported agriculture operation (CSO) in Järna, Sweden. The members support this regenerative agriculture operation with money or hands-on help in the garden. […]

  • Joshua Wright, an inspiration to Youth and all who care about the environment

    Twenty-year-old Joshua Wright has been an activist since he was 14. He got his start with Fridays For Future and documentary filmmaking and has been intimately involved in forest conservation and advocacy since 2020. His work has involved advocacy, civil disobedience, mapping of rare ecosystems, organizing with tribes and documenting endangered species in both Washington State and British Columbia.[…]

  • Comment to Planners: Riparian Management Zones

    In contrast to current stream buffers in the prior CAO, Best Available Science calls for a broader perspective on what riparian management zones can do to protect streams, the salmon that rely upon them, and other wildlife that use these corridors. Site Potential Tree Height protects the natural environment we rely upon.

  • Annotated Bibliography: Amphibians and Trails and Road Surfaces

    Many people are not familiar with amphibians and the impact of trails and roads, especially in parks, on their behaviors. KEC has compiled this list of references for you to explore. Thanks to Dr. Tom Doty for these references.