Thornton Creek

The Thornton Creek watershed is a drainage of approximately 11.6 square miles in northeast Seattle. It's Seattle's largest watershed, and drains to Lake Washington at Matthews Beach. That water ultimately goes through the Lake Washington Ship Canal to Puget Sound. The creek is a historic home to at least 5 species of Pacific salmon and trout. [from the Thornton Creek Project home page]

Thornton Creek Project

Homewaters Project

Thornton Creek Watershed Information

Thornton Creek Community Library

Northgate project creek to spring up Seattle P-I June 8, 2006

Overview of Northgate Revitalization Plan

Go with the urban flow of Thornton Creek Seattle P-I June 1, 2006

Thornton Creek May See Daylight - Greg Nichols Plan - Seattle P-I June 8, 2004

Proposal may bring Thornton Creek to surface Seattle Times June 8, 2004

Meadowbrook Pond

Thornton Creek threatened by Aegis Construction Company!!

Bellevue Community College "Watchers" Club


Edmonds Marsh

Edmonds Marsh - Seattle Times article 11/27/03

Edmonds Marsh - Seattle Times article 3/31/04

Kelsey Creek

Licton Springs

Longfellow Creek

Lundeen Creek - Lake Stevens

-- Lundeen Creek restoration photo gallery

Meadowbrook Pond

Mountains to Sound Greenway

Pilling's Pond

Pipers Creek Watershed

Ponds of North Seattle - North Seattle Community College page

Ponds and Water Gardens

Ravenna Creek Alliance

Seattle's New Drainage Plan

Shadow Lake Bog


-- about Streamkeeper - Tom Murdoch - interviewd by William Dietrich, Seattle Times May 1, 2005

Taylor Creek Watershed

Twin Ponds

Urban Creeks Legacy

Washington Native Plant Society



Tom Bolling's home page