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Education Programs

Land and Water Stewardship Workshop Series
Attend one or more of the hands-on workshops focusing on livestock land management practices. See a variety of options and work with technicians to discover ways to manage mud, pastures, manure, and streams and wetland buffers.

Tours and Classes on Agricultural Topics
See interesting and new ways to set up a farm in King County. Technical experts will be at every tour ready to answer questions and provide resources. Learn about a variety of new topics around agriculture and land management.

Participate in this national high school environmental science and natural resources competition. Learn more about creating a team or volunteering at an event.

Native Pollinators in Your Backyard
Discover the insect wildlife sharing our urban and rural spaces! Learn about pollinators and the challenges they face across King County. Figure out how to create pollinator habitat on your own property and what benefits it could bring to you.

Where the Water Begins Workshops
Learn about the ecological, geological and vegetation management issues associated with living Where the Water Begins.

K-12 Stormwater Education
Partner with the King Conservation District and engage your students in hands-on, inquiry based stormwater education. Programs include Water on Wheels for K-6th grade, Environmental Detectives for 8th grade, and the annual Envirothon competition for high school students..

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