Replenishing Our Region

jump to next section
jump to next section

King Conservation District’s Board of Supervisors will hold a meeting at 5:00pm on October 14, 2019 at KCD’s office, 800 SW 39th Street, Suite 150, Renton, WA 98057, to adopt a resolution setting the date, time and location of an election to fill a current KCD Supervisor’s expiring term.

At King Conservation District, we’re all about better ground. Better ground means taking important stewardship actions at home and in our communities to create healthy soil and water, to provide healthy food, and to conserve land, water, forests, wildlife and related natural resources. And you don’t have to go at it alone. You have a partner, your local conservation district.

Learn More
jump to next section
jump to next section

Save the Date! Orca Recovery Day

October 19, 2019

Our orcas are endangered but it’s not too late! There is plenty we can do to save them. Orca Recovery Day is your opportunity to join with your local conservation district and other partner organizations and work to recover our critically endangered orca whales.

Learn More

jump to next section

Get Involved

It starts
with you

5 days ago

King Conservation District

Kirkland, WA - Government
Visitors to Juanita Beach Park may notice hundreds of yellow flags dotting the park. Each yellow flag shows where un-scooped dog poop was left in the park over the past month. The south Juanita Beach waterfront totaled 66 un-scooped piles 💩, while the North side of Juanita Beach Park totaled 105 piles 💩😟

As part of a research effort funded by King Conservation District, City staff have been monitoring and counting un-scooped dog waste to see if these numbers decline after the installation of new pet waste stations and the start of a new outreach campaign launching this week. These efforts aim to protect our creeks, streams, and lakes from dog poop bacteria pollution that can spread disease to people, pets, and wildlife.

Sign the pledge to be a Super Scooper and receive a FREE poop-scooping toolkit at
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

This is a BRILLIANT idea! All those yellow flags make a great visual of the collective impact of leaving just one un-scooped pile.

Take the parks away from them, if they can't respect them...

Translate »