Learn about different types of Community Agriculture happening in King County, including how sites are increasing healthy soil, food security and conservation of natural resources.
Explore the Map to connect with community-based agriculture projects across King County.
Connect with Community Agriculture community leaders to learn how you can volunteer, learn and engage in other ways.
Funding for this project provided in part by the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD)
King Conservation District
1107 SW Grady Way, Suite 130
Renton, WA 98057
Hours: Monday — Friday, 8:30 AM — 5:00 PM
Come join us for a twilight tour on Wednesday, July 18th at 6:30 PM to view a recently completed KCD restoration project on private property in the city of Burien. Learn from technical restoration professionals and hear from the landowners how they restored their stream back to its natural state.
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Ever been curious about what it takes to return your stream to a more natural state and support fish & wildlife habitat, increase property aesthetics, and decrease maintenance needs? Tour a shoreline restoration project that's using native plants to revitalize an area once taken over by invasive wee... ... See more
David Bulindhah and the other farmers at Wakulima Farmers Greenhouse Project are working to bring fresh, culturally favorable foods to South King County residents.
Don't miss today's OPEN HOUSE from 10 am to 2 pm at 5000 Auburn Way (follow signs from 32nd Ave to greenhouses) for a chance to meet the farmers. ... See more
Have plans tomorrow? Join KCD, Living Well Kent and Northwest Harvest Kent Warehouse at the Wakulima Farmers Greenhouse Project OPEN HOUSE in Auburn. Stop by to meet the farmers who are growing fresh food for their community, enjoy some BBQ treats and help build a bed and plant some seeds.
Located at 5000 Auburn Way (follow signs from 32nd to greenhouses). ... See more
A group of immigrant farmers is breathing new life back into one of eight sprawling greenhouses that have sat dormant in Auburn for a decade. The farmers will
Do you live on a marine shoreline in King County?
Tomorrow is the last marine shorelines workshop of the summer at Dumas Bay Centre in Federal Way. Learn about the ecological, geological and vegetation management issues associated with owning property Where the Water Begins.
Registration is required, click below! ... See more
Is your marine bluff or beach property eroding or jeopardizing your house? Do you want to manage vegetation to stabilize slopes while maintaining a beautiful view of Puget Sound? The King Conservation District invites you to attend a FREE workshop developed for property owners along the marine shore... ... See more