How we build up here improves how they live down there.

We’re probably not the first to point out that it rains a lot in the Pacific Northwest. While that precipitation makes our world lush and green, it also delivers some very deadly toxins to the waters where salmon live. A report published by NOAA a couple of years ago showed that runoff from urban roads in Seattle can kill adult Coho salmon in less than three hours. That’s simply not acceptable because salmon depend on clean water for their survival. So, when we at Vulcan Real Estate plan and construct a new project, we do whatever we can to minimize and control runoff to make the world a better place — especially for those whose world is nothing but water.