Better
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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 KCD’s office is closed to the public. No-contact site visits and conservation field work are occurring.

We’re accepting soil samples again! Soil samples must be mailed to KCD’s office Monday through Thursday. Due to COVID-19, the KCD Office is currently closed to the public and no in-person drop-offs will be accepted.
Please visit Soil Testing Program for additional details.

KCD’s equipment share program is also back. Be sure to read carefully for COVID-related considerations for the equipment currently available.


 

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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 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!

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Native Plant Spotlight: Pacific Rhododendron (Rhododendron macrophyllum)

Of the beautiful native blooms that our abundant state has to offer, Pacific Rhododendron has earned the crown as Washington’s state flower.

https://kingcd.org/2020/11/23/pacific-rhododendron-native-plant-sale-spotlight/

#KCDNativePlantSale #NativePlantSpotlight #PacificRhododendron #RhododendronMacrophyllum #WashingtonStateFlower
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Indian Plum/Oso Berry (Oemleria cerasiformis)

If you want spring to come sooner, plant Indian plum! Oemleria cerasiformis is known for being the first deciduous native shrub to bloom in the region.

#KCDNativePlantSale #NativePlantSpotlight #IndianPlum #OsoBerry

https://kingcd.org/2020/11/20/indian-plum-native-plant-sale-spotlight/
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Why yes! We do have Kinnikinnik in our plant sale again this year!

AND it’s a palindrome!

http://store.kingcd.org/kinnikinnick/
UPDATED: ALMOST SOLD OUT!

#KCDNativePlantSale #NativePlants #Kinnikinnik
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Palmate Coltsfoot is a hardy and versatile native perennial that offers a firecracker display of creamy white-pink flowers. Its blooms are a treat for local pollinators and human admirers alike.

https://kingcd.org/2020/11/18/palmate-coltsfoot-native-plant-sale-spotlight/

#KCDNativePlantSale #NativePlants #palmatecoltsfoot

Photo By Walter Siegmund – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0
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