October 2016 Newsletter

  • Agricultural Drainage Project Returns More Farmland to Production
  • Elk Run Farm Grows to Feed the Hungry
  • Hugelkultur Beds Build Soil and Save Water
  • Learn How to Protect Salmon and Earn Income
  • Landowners Encouraged to Protect Properties Along Urban Streams and Wetlands
  • KCD Leads Effort to Control Knotweed on Boise Creek
  • Land and Water Stewardship Series Comes to Carnation
  • Salmon are Spawning Across Puget Sound Region
  • Duwamish Alive!
  • KCD Supports Hands-on Learning at Mary Olson Farm
  • Shopping for Horse Properties
  • Bring Your Family for a Free Tour of Mary Olson Farm
  • Rain Gardens Beautify and Protect Properties
  • Meet KCD at Ballard Farmers Market
  • Taste Washington Day
  • Register Your High School Team for 2017 Envirothon
  • Washington Young Farmers Coalition Mixer
  • Soil Testing
  • Landslide Hazards Workshops
  • Events Calendar
  • Volunteer Opportunities

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