KBTC's Northwest Now explores the effects of Puget Sound's declining water quality

Posted: October 28, 2021

From climate change to toxics, there are hundreds of species directly threatened by declining water quality in Puget Sound. Northwest Now host Tom Layson gets out of the studio and travels around Western Washington to learn more about efforts to save our most precious resource.

Northwest Now is a weekly public affairs program that airs Friday at 7:30 p.m. on KBTC Public Television, a service of Bates Technical College.  You can visit our website to watch past episodes and learn more about our show.

OFF AIR:

KBTC 28.1, NHK World-Japan 28.2, FNX 28.3, TVW 28.4 Tacoma/Seattle

KCKA 15.1, NHK World-Japan 15.2, FNX 15.3, TVW 15.4 Centralia/Chehalis

K16LV-D Grays River/Lebam

K18NJ-LD Bellingham

KBTC-DR Seattle

CABLE:

Comcast channel 108 (HD) (most areas in Western Washington)

Comcast channel 3 (SD) (Tacoma)

Comcast channel 12 (SD) (most areas in Western Washington)

Rainier Connect channel 3 (Tacoma)

Rainier Connect channel 10

Wave Cable channel 28 (varies by area)

Ziply (formerly Verizon/Frontier Cable): 528 (HD), 28 (SD)

SATELLITE:

Dish channel 28

DirecTV channel 28

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