City and King County Council District Fact Sheets

Fact Sheets highlighting KCD Funding Invested in Cities and Unincorporated areas. Learn more

Farm Conservation Planning

Managing natural resources on your farm can be easier with a plan designed to help you meet your land use goals while protecting soil, water, native plants, fish and wildlife. Learn More

Rural Services Fact Sheet (Adobe Acrobat PDF)

Livestock and Pasture

One needs to know so much when raising livestock – from how to control pests and insects to learning about solutions that help you raise animals on small acreages. So you want to be a grass farmer? Western Washington pastures can be managed for optimum forage production while minimizing weeds, over-fertilization, and soil erosion.
Pasture Management Fact Sheet (Adobe Acrobat PDF)

There are practices and techniques that can help you control mud and its negative effects on you, your livestock, and your neighbors.
Mud Management Fact Sheet (Adobe Acrobat PDF)

Livestock manure can be a gold mine for you and the environment if collected, composted and correctly applied to pastures, crops and gardens.
Livestock Owner’s Guide to Manure Disposal Fact Sheet (Adobe Acrobat PDF)

Fish and Wildlife Habitat Enhancement

Landowners can make their property inviting to fish and wildlife by enhancing and creating habitat that provides food, water and shelter. Learn More

Urban Aquatic Areas Enhancement Services

Rural Aquatic Areas Enhancement Services

Native Plants

From urban backyards to farms, native plants can be used to enhance backyard wildlife habitat; enhance streams, wetlands and open spaces; and conserve water. Learn More

Soils

Soils vary widely across the landscape and across one’s own yard. Know the soil type on your property and how to work with its capacity to support grazing, fertilizing, and the placement of structures. Learn More

 

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