The Sno-King Watershed Council works to protect and restore streams and watersheds in Snohomish and King Counties.

Current Programs

Sno-King Water Watchers – Volunteers in our community-based water monitoring program gather water quality data on local streams and use it for stream protection and advocacy.

Swamp Creek Habitat Restoration Project  – Volunteers remove invasive plants and plant native plants to benefit the Swamp Creek Watershed, build community connections and raise awareness about climate and the environment.

Prior Projects:

Tl’ awh-ah-dees park restoration grant 2014

Protecting wetlands and streams near Snohomish County airport

Hooven Bog -Preserving a 30-acre pristine peat bog in Snohomish County

Protecting Puget Sound via Project Reviews and Appeals


Green Globe Award – in 2023, Sno-King Watershed Council received a Green Globe Award for Environmental Excellence from King County.

Silver Spur Award – in 2017, Sno-King Watershed Council received the Silver Spur Award from King County Councilmember Rod Dembowski.

The Sno-King Watershed Council is an all-volunteer 501c3 non-profit organization. We are 100% funded by grants and donations. Support for our Water Watchers program comes from the King County WaterWorks grant program.