KCD Community Agriculture Conservation Resource Guide

Schools, individuals, non-profits, and places of worship, can all expand access to healthy food and teach important natural resource stewardship in the urban landscape. Along with providing a much-needed source of healthy, locally-grown food, urban gardens provide a wide range of benefits including soil, air, and water quality improvement; stormwater management; increased aesthetics; education and … Continued

King County small and mid-sized farms could benefit with direct marketing support, according to report

King County farmers who sell direct to consumers, restaurants, and institutions could benefit by receiving support for direct marketing resources, according to a new report published last week by the University of Washington Center for Public Health Nutrition (CPHN). The study was sponsored by King Conservation District (KCD), a natural resources assistance agency authorized by … Continued

i-Tree Hydro Technical Report Revisions

For the latest, up-to-date full report, please download this PDF. It is searchable and tagged for easy navigation. Puget Sound Urban Tree Canopy and Stormwater Management: A Report Comparing USDA Forest Service i_tree Hydro and Washington State Department of Ecology Western Washington Hydrology Model To see a list of revisions that have been made to … Continued

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