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 know the KCD Staff person you wish to contact, please reach out by cell or e-mail.

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

You may also find information here on our website or through our blog and social media posts (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube).

Thank you for your cooperation.



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 Native Plant Sale

The 2021 KCD Native Plant Sale store opens for preorders in November! Plant pickups will be on Friday, March 5 from 1-5pm and Saturday, March 6 from 9am-4pm at the Tukwila Community Center.

The 2021 sale will be preorders only. Due to the continuing reality of Covid-19, there will not be a walkup sale or community fair. All sales will be final, and social distancing precautions will be practiced. Thank you to everyone who came out last year, and we look forward to seeing you again this year!

KCD Native Plant Sale

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Getting Involved

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Josh Monaghan steps down after 24 years with KCD. Josh helped grow King Conservation District’s food and farm programs and services while forging vital partnerships and collaborations both within KCD and with numerous outside agencies and non-profits.

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The KCD Native Plant Sale store is opening for preorders in November! We'll be offering a wide selection of native trees, shrubs, groundcovers, and more.

You'll be able to select plants based on water preference, shade tolerance, pollinator support, and edibility.

New this year: Oval-leafed blueberry and Pearly Everlasting. Native plants are hearty, affordable, and most importantly beautiful.

So stay tuned - Learn more about the sale and get signed up for email alerts at
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Join KCD and American Farmland Trust - Pacific Northwest online Saturday, November 14, 2020 from 11:00am to 12:00noon to learn how your manure management practices can retain compost nutrients, keep soils healthy, and protect water quality.

This interactive virtual tour of the AFT’s South Sound Discovery Farms® project will feature the latest in scientific research on manure management best practices. You’ll learn about cost-saving opportunities and conservation actions from our experts, all from the comfort of your home.

Please join us for this FREE event - we hope to “see” you there!

Don’t miss out on:

- The newest research on farm best management practices in King County
- FREE technical assistance from KCD farm resource planners
- Cost-share opportunities for qualified best management practices

This project is funded through a National Estuary Program grant and coordinated by the Washington State Conservation Commission.

*Photo by Laura James, Beneath the Looking Glass, LLC.
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