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
In late August, local landowners, our Regional Conservation Partners, and our Farm Team will be hosting a couple of Open Houses to invite folks to come learn about the opportunities for conserving farmland we have available. The first will be August 21, at the Shelstad Farm in Orting from 4:00pm - 6:30pm. The landowners will be on hand to talk about their experience with the program and also to provide tours of the property, which is currently for sale. Check out all the details via the link below. ... See more
Snohomish Conservation District is hosting 2 more workshops on how to live alongside beavers on your property. Check out the link and flyers below!
August 30th: Lake Stevens 6-8 PM at the Lake Stevens Senior Center
September 5th: Mill Creek 6-8 PM at WA Dept. Of Fish & Wildlife, Region 4 office ... See more
If you're concerned about Orca health, there are many actions you can take right now to improve the quality of the waters and the strength of the ecosystem they depend on.
Pierce Conservation District covers many simple ways you can help - from implementing natural yard care practices to picking up after your pets to fixing leaks on your car. These simple actions go a long way. ... See more
As a follow up to our recent post highlighting what you can do to help with the heartbreaking issues surrounding our local Orca whales, we did a short interview with Ed Ronco and KNKX Public Radio yesterday to get the message out more broadly. If you missed the original post with all the tips, we re-posted them all in the comments section below. Please give us your own ideas on ways to increase our collective impact as well! ... See more
Understanding how we utilize land is a great first step towards sustainable stewardship.
KCD addresses natural resource needs across land-use profiles. If you have questions about your urban stream, rural tree stand, or farm head over to kingcd.org. ... See more
The 48 contiguous states alone are a 1.9 billion-acre jigsaw puzzle of cities, farms, forests and pastures.