April 2017 Newsletter

  • Native Plant Sale a Great Success
  • 2017 Regional Food System Grant Program Announced
  • Grant Orientation Workshop • Dates Set for KCD-Seattle Community Grants Workshops
  • Agricultural Drainage Program Honored with Futurewise Award
  • Farm Services Program Manager Position Open
  • Urban Shorelines Workshops
  • King County Releases Local Food Initiative Report
  • Hügelkultur Events
  • Forest Management Classes Coming to Enumclaw
  • Meet Anna Teachman: King-Pierce Counties Dairy Ambassador
  • Trilogy Community Reduces Wildfire Threat
  • Seven Teams Participated in Northwest Regional Envirothon
  • Flood Control District Grants Announced
  • Duwamish Alive Restoration on Earth Day
  • Savor the Abundance of the Snoqualmie Valley
  • Stewardship Partners Hosts “Earth Month” Events Restoring the Snoqualmie River
  • Volunteer Naturalists Wanted at Oxbow Kids’ Farm
  • Make the Most of Manure
  • Soil Testing
  • Events Calendar
  • Volunteer Opportunities

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