Learn about lakes
in King County, Washington
For your lake association, your community group, or yourself!
Want to introduce your class, lake association, or community group to the fascinating world beneath the water's surface? Need someone to talk about positive lake management and important steps for protecting our wonderful water resources? The Lake Stewardship Program can provide speakers for presentations on lakes and their watersheds. To find out more or to request a speaker, please contact Sally Abella, engineer.
Have another water resource topic you are interested in? King County Water and Land Resources staff are available to speak to classes on surface water issues - water quality, salmon habitat and life cycle, wetlands, along with a number of other topics. In many areas, King County Basin Stewards are available to discuss specific issues affecting local watersheds. These presentations can include slide shows or other formats. Basins Stewards are also available to speak to your group.
We have a number of publications and a video available upon request. Please contact Sally Abella at 206-296-8382 if you are interested in any of the following publications:
For questions about lakes in King County, educational resources and speaking engagements, please contact Sally Abella, senior engineer, Lake Stewardship Program.