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
Looking to learn more about conservation issues in King county? Want to be a part of a great organization working towards clean water, healthy forests, and sustainable, local food? Come join us for a Better Ground Ambassador Orientation at the KCD main office in Renton. We'll help you find the right volunteer event for you! ... See more
Help King Conservation District promote Local Food, Clean Water, Healthy Forests, and Strong Communities... become a Better Ground Ambassador today! Would you have fun attending events like the King County Fair, the NW Flower and Garden Festival or farmers markets? Are you interested in learning abo... ... See more
Today is the last day to comment on the draft recommendations of Governor Inslee's Southern Resident Orca Task Force. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/orcadraftrecommendations
Want to do more than just comment? Join KCD or any one of the Puget Sound Conservation Districts for a day of on-the-ground efforts to restore critical habitat that directly benefits salmon and the Southern Resident Killer Whales! ... See more
The Southern Resident Killer Whales that call Puget Sound home are critically endangered. In the past few months alone, two of our local orcas died from a combination of malnutrition, polluted waters, and stress from local boat traffic. The local population is down to only 74 orcas. We must act now.... ... See more
If you own a farm or forest, don't miss this class. Planning for the future is hard, and conversations about succession can be harder. This course is designed to help you have the tough conversations about the future of your family farm or forest and develop a plan that's right for you. ... See more
Your land will outlive you. Who will care for it when you’re gone? Will it be a family legacy or a family squabble? Will it be kept intact and protected, or will it be divided up and sold off in pieces? Will it become a source of conflict between surviving family members? What is the long-term fut... ... See more
As the leaves start falling, it's tempting to reach for a rake.
But, consider leaving those leaves to provide crucial habitat for moths, butterflies, bees and other native pollinators.