Bill Way, PWS

Founder, Retired

Bill Way, president of The Watershed Company

Bill founded The Watershed Company in 1980, but his interest in environmental restoration goes back to his childhood in Redmond when he blocked culverts and streams just to see what would happen.  He founded the firm to do fisheries enhancement work and has been very gratified to see it grow into wetlands, shorelines, engineering and planning and policy development.  As a graduate of one of the first classes at Huxley College, he treasures time helping young staff develop and grow their careers and skills in the environmental field. He is an avid birder. Most exotic bird to date: Saddle-billed Stork in Tanzania, 2013.

  • Professional Wetland Scientist
Featured Projects
Oblique aerial of pools, trails, and enhanced wetlands at a wetland mitigation bank for Snohomish County Airport

Narbeck Wetland Sanctuary

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Newly restored Beebe Creek channel

Beebe Springs Creek and Park Plan

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Engineered log jam on Issaquah Creek streambank

Squak Valley Park Restoration

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