Environmental and Climate
Change Reporting Fund

Welcome to The Daily Herald’s Environmental and Climate Change Reporting Fund. Contributions to the fund are tax-deductible and help pay for the local journalism that is essential to a vibrant community.

The fund, established in cooperation with the Community Foundation of Snohomish County, provides an opportunity to support environmental and climate change reporting in The Herald newsroom.

The Daily Herald maintains editorial control over content produced with fund resources.

From worriers to warriors, they’re fighting climate change

Local environmental groups are forming, growing and attracting new members, young and old. [Read more]



Frequently Asked Questions

How does the Environmental and Climate Change Reporting Fund work?
Community supporters can contribute tax-deductible donations dedicated to environmental and climate change…

See more here.



How to Donate

Visit our page to support the fund.

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Endorsements

This grass-roots initiative already has drawn support from a variety of groups and individuals including:

League of Women Voters of Snohomish County • Sno-Isle Group of the Washington Sierra Club • Snohomish County Climate Alliance • Pilchuck Audubon Society • 350 Everett (a climate action group) • St. John's Episcopal Creation Stewards • Livable Snohomish County • Sno-King Watershed Council • Citizens Climate Education/Lobby • Indivisible Eastside • Yoga Circle Studio • Sunnyside Village Cohousing • Edmonds Unitarian Universalist Congregation • Adopt A Stream Foundation.

We’re pleased to have their backing.

If you are interested in adding your name to the list of those supporting the fund, download this form and return it to poconnor@heraldnet.com.



Our stories


County wants non-profit food distributor to find a new home

Farmer Frog is operating on unleased land and could cause environmental harm, the county alleges. [Read more]


New hatchery on Skykomish to end practice of importing fish

A plan to capture fish from Sunset Falls near Index and release them in the river is open for public comment. [Read more]


Old Mukilteo ferry dock afloat on the barge of ‘Lincoln Logs’

The haul included 213 wood pilings, 15 concrete pilings, 47 steel pilings and a “Speed Limit 15” sign. [Read more]


From landfill to houses — after 11-year battle with neighbors

Nearly 100 houses will be built around a former construction-waste landfill east of Silver Lake. [Read more]


Small fish, big barriers: A county confronts climate change

Island County has 196 miles of shoreline to protect as sea levels rise. And erosion is only one of the challenges. [Read more]


Check out all of our environmental stories here

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does the Environmental and Climate Change Reporting Fund work?
Community supporters can contribute tax-deductible donations dedicated to environmental and climate change...

See more here.


How to Donate

Visit our page to support the fund.

Donate button

Endorsements

This grass-roots initiative already has drawn support from a variety of groups and individuals including:

League of Women Voters of Snohomish County • Sno-Isle Group of the Washington Sierra Club • Snohomish County Climate Alliance • Pilchuck Audubon Society • 350 Everett (a climate action group) • St. John's Episcopal Creation Stewards • Livable Snohomish County • Sno-King Watershed Council • Citizens Climate Education/Lobby • Indivisible Eastside • Yoga Circle Studio • Sunnyside Village Cohousing • Edmonds Unitarian Universalist Congregation • Adopt A Stream Foundation.

We’re pleased to have their backing.

If you are interested in adding your name to the list of those supporting the fund, download this form and return it to poconnor@heraldnet.com.

County wants non-profit food distributor to find a new home

Farmer Frog is operating on unleased land and could cause environmental harm, the county alleges. [Read more]


New hatchery on Skykomish to end practice of importing fish

A plan to capture fish from Sunset Falls near Index and release them in the river is open for public comment. [Read more]


Old Mukilteo ferry dock afloat on the barge of ‘Lincoln Logs’

The haul included 213 wood pilings, 15 concrete pilings, 47 steel pilings and a “Speed Limit 15” sign. [Read more]


From landfill to houses — after 11-year battle with neighbors

Nearly 100 houses will be built around a former construction-waste landfill east of Silver Lake. [Read more]


Small fish, big barriers: A county confronts climate change

Island County has 196 miles of shoreline to protect as sea levels rise. And erosion is only one of the challenges. [Read more]


Check out all of our environmental stories here.