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King Conservation District Newsletters

The King Conservation District publishes a monthly newsletter with information about resource conservation projects and events throughout our service area. Below are links to issues currently online.

April 2017
Native Plant Sale a Great Success, 2017 Regional Food System Grant Program Announced, Grant Orientation Workshop, Dates Set for KCD-Seattle Community Grants Workshops, Agricultural Drainage Program Honored with Futurewise Award, Farm Services Program Manager Position Open, Urban Shorelines Workshops, King County Releases Local Food Initiative Report, Hügelkultur Events, Forest Management Classes Coming to Enumclaw, Meet Anna Teachman: King-Pierce Counties Dairy Ambassador, Trilogy Community Reduces Wildfire Threat, Seven Teams Participated in Northwest Regional Envirothon, Flood Control District Grants Announced, Duwamish Alive Restoration on Earth Day, Savor the Abundance of the Snoqualmie Valley, Stewardship Partners Hosts “Earth Month” Events Restoring the Snoqualmie River, Volunteer Naturalists Wanted at Oxbow Kids’ Farm, Make the Most of Manure, Soil Testing, Events Calendar, and Volunteer Opportunities.

March 2017
KCD Native Plant Sale & Community Fair, Annual Meeting Honors Conservation Leaders, Army Veteran Brett Anderson Joins KCD Forestry Team, KCD Strengthens Bonds with State Legislators, Vashon Land & Water Stewardship Series, Spanish Language Volunteer Event, King County Farm Pad Program, Enumclaw Farm Tour, Forest Coached Stewardship Course, Volunteers Welcome at CitySoil Farm, Designing Paddocks for Chore Efficiency, Urban Streams Workshops, Jubilee Farm Awarded KCD Funds for Composting System, Habitat Restoration Workshop for Military Veterans, South King County Town Hall, KCD Booth at Flower & Garden Show, Register for Tilth Soil & Water Stewardship Training, Northwest Regional Envirothon, Meet John Rosapepe – KCD Outreach Team, Soil Testing Service, Erin Ericson to Assist Snoqualmie Valley Landowners, Events Calendar, and Volunteer Opportunities.

February 2017
KCD Annual Meeting, Native Plant Sale & Community Fair, Dick Ryon Continues on KCD Board, Landscaping with Native Plants Workshop, AmeriCorps Environmental Outreach Position Open, Visit KCD Booth at Northwest Flower & Garden Show, Envirothon Provides High School Students with Hands-On Experience with Resource Conservation, Stream & Wetland Enhancement Workshops, Matsuda Farm History & Habitat Restoration, Vashon Land & Water Stewardship Series, Expanding Sonju Park Community Garden, Enumclaw STEM Expo, Landowner Incentive Program Funding Available, Mobile Poultry Processing Equipment, 2017 Farm Guide, King County Historic Barn Preservation Program, KCD Soil Testing Service, Events Calendar, and Volunteer Opportunities.

January 2017
KCD Native Plant Sale, Expanded Services for Rural Landowners, KCD Annual Meeting, Landscaping with Native Plants, Envirothon Teams Forming, Planting with Children at Cedar River Montessori School, Newaukum Creek Landowners Encouraged to Protect Riparian Habitat, Learn About Riparian Buffers, Join the KCD Volunteer Outreach Team, Growing Community in Tukwila, WSU Cultivating Success, Cover Crop Seed Cost Share, Snoqualmie Valley Landowners Lease Water Rights, Martin Luther King Day of Service, Military Veterans Restore Longfellow Creek, Matt Maria New KCD Grants Coordinator, Mark Musick Joins KCD as Communications Coordinator, Habitat Steward Training, Northwest Flower & Garden Show, Events Calendar, and Volunteer Opportunities.

For more information please call (425) 282-1900
or email us at district@kingcd.org