Duwamish Waterway
Restoring the Duwamish Waterway
Creating a healthier environment
Learn how Boeing is working with the US EPA and local communities to cleanup waterway sediments and restore shoreline and wildlife habitat at the former Plant 2 site. More >>
Something old, something new
Something old, something new
For Seattle's Plant 2, history 'recycles' itself. More >>
Brian Anderson
Turning the Tide
Many will benefit from cleanup and restoration of this Seattle waterway. (Photo: Marian Lockhart/Boeing) More >>
History

History

In 1906, following a number of destructive floods in south Seattle, Wash., caused by the shallow and meandering Duwamish River. More >>

Cleaning An Urban Waterway

Cleaning An Urban Waterway

The City of Seattle, King County, the Port of Seattle, and The Boeing Company-collectively known as the Lower Duwamish Waterway Group (LDWG). More >>

Habitat Restoration

Habitat Restoration

Boeing's efforts to cleanup and restore the wetlands and wildlife habitat along the Lower Duwamish Waterway at Plant 2. More >>