Watershed Report: the video versions

Narrated entirely by local high school students, the Watershed Report is an award winning series of short video reports on positive sustainability trends in the 13 school districts and 27 cities of the greater Lake Washington Watershed. Updated every year, the Watershed Report is like a collaborative report card with our local government partners and the nearly 2 million residents who share the same watershed address.

TopicTallySheetFriends of the Cedar River Watershed (The Friends) is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization incorporated in 1996 and dedicated to the protection and restoration of the Cedar River/Lake Washington Watershed and all the communities within its boundaries.

The Friends is working to:

Ensure the long-term stewardship of the watershed,
Provide and promote tangible and data-driven environmental education, especially for young people,
Educate the public about the importance of enhancing and restoring our home watershed.

We offer innovative opportunities for people, young and old, to improve the ecological health of the watershed in which we live. Through our base of volunteers, community leaders, and educators, we empower people to take practical steps to make our home watershed sustainable for people, fish, and wildlife.

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