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.

KCD’s soil testing and equipment share programs are back! Be sure to read carefully for COVID-related considerations for the programs.



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If you need assistance please call 425-282-1900 or e-mail and your request will be directed to the appropriate individual.

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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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2020 Orca Recovery Day

#OrcaRecoveryDay was on October 17, 2020, but we’re hosting an EcoChallenge from October 5 – November 5. What is an EcoChallenge? It’s a great way for you to join with friends, neighbors, and community to take actions that improve our natural environment. Sign up for King Conservation District’s team or create your own team, commit to take positive environmental actions, and earn points for your team!

2020 Orca Recovery Day

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Getting Involved

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KCD provides funding and on-the-ground work for projects along the Duwamish River and its tributaries. We've been working with local landowners to restore streams and improve the water that flows into the Duwamish. This is good for our communities, our salmon, and our Orcas.

Duwamish Alive Coalition has put together a Green-Duwamish Journey this year to showcase projects that make a difference along the Duwamish. Take the tour at

Projects like the Delridge Wetland Park and Stewardship urban wetlands help reduce flooding and improve water quality by filtering pollution in stormwater runoff. Wetlands also provide a greenspace for all to enjoy. Delridge Park uses their greenspace as an outdoor classroom and teaching garden for nearby schools. Although teaching in the outdoor classroom and garden has been on hold to keep the community safe, produce grown in the teaching garden has been donated to local community members and food banks.

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WSU Extension Puget Sound Forest Stewardship is offering a virtual field day this Satuday!

They'll be covering just about everything you could want as a forest steward from forest health and management to fending off invasives, from growing shiitake mushrooms on logs to traditional and native cultural land use, and even covering the programs, agencies, and monies waiting to help you.
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