King Conservation District

Local Food • Healthy Forests
Clean Water • Better Ground

KCD Board Elections

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Click this banner to go to the KCD Voting Portal

King Conservation District is holding an election for Seat #3 on the KCD Board of Supervisors. Voting begins January 24, 2023 and ends February 14, 2023. The KCD Board sets policies on KCD’s conservation programming. It takes just minutes to review the candidates and cast your vote.

Learn More About KCD Board Elections

Watch the Candidate Forum Recording

King Conservation District is a nonregulatory, special purpose district, funded by you, with a mission to promote the sustainable use of natural resources through voluntary stewardship in King County. We provide technical assistance to private residents in forest management, farm conservation planning, wildfire preparedness, and streamside and shoreline enhancement. We also work with cities and other organizations to support community gardens, urban forest canopy, and local food systems. You don’t have to go it alone, your local conservation district can help.

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Native Plant Sale Store link

KCD Native Plant Sale

Preorders for the 2023 Native Plant Sale are open now! Plant distribution will be Saturday, March 4 and Sunday, March 5 at the Tukwila Community Center. Learn more about KCD’s Native Plant Sale, see a preview of plants available, and learn more about planting with native plants.

Go To the KCD Native Plant Sale Store!

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KCD holds a variety of workshops and volunteer events. Workshops include information on native plants, creating healthy streams and shorelines, farm conservation management, wildfire preparedness, and more!

Visit the Events page

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Getting Involved

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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.

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