Replenishing Our Region

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In compliance with the current Stay At Home Order Phase, KCD staff are still working from home and the KCD office is closed to the public.

No-contact site visits and conservation field work are occurring. Soil testing and equipment loan programs will resume soon.



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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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KCD 2020 Board Election: Final Results!

The final results are in for the 2020 KCD Board Election! Thank you to everyone who participated this year.

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Getting Involved

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Zach Moore, a King County field surveyor, recently caught the attention of some livestock in Enumclaw while working on the county’s inventory of barriers to salmon being able to access spawning habitat.

Since spring 2019, a four-person county team has been crisscrossing the county in search of in-stream structures, such as culverts, that prevent salmon from swimming upstream to available habitat. After a short pause related to the pandemic, the team is back in the field and will spend the next several weeks in the Enumclaw area. The comprehensive countywide inventory will identify up to 3,000 locations maintained by the county and then prioritize restoration work to get the most fish to the best habitat as soon as possible.

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First zucchini harvest of the season at CitySoil Farm donated to the White Center Food Bank!

KCD partners with King County Wastewater Treatment Division, Dirt Corps, and White Center Food Bank to offer training, education, and demonstrations for urban gardening through CitySoil Farm. Produce from the farm supports White Center Food Bank.
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Some great ideas for restoring your backyard from Pierce Conservation DistrictA DIY GUIDE TO RESTORATION IN YOUR BACKYARD!
Did you know that habitat improvement and environmental restoration can be as simple as weed removal? Most non-native invasive plants (ie. weeds) have damaging effects to our systems even when they are not directly competing for space. Removing them keeps soil, water, and native critters healthy and happy; and it prevents them from spreading far and wide via wind, animals, and rhizomes. See our DIY guide here ➡
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