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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 for a way to help Orcas? Help restore our Salmon-bearing streams!
Join King Conservation District, EarthCorps, Green Seattle Partnership, and Duwamish Alive as we restore important forest habitat along Longfellow Creek. Longfellow creek is the second largest salmon-bearing creek in Seattle. Every year, salmon return to the creek but few make it all the way to spawning due to threatened habitat. You can help!
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Join EarthCorps, King Conservation District, Green Seattle Partnership, and Duwamish Alive Coalition as we restore important forest habitat along Longfellow Creek. Longfellow creek is the second largest salmon-bearing creek in Seattle. Every year, salmon return to the creek but few make it all the w... ... See more
Thanks to everyone who came out to the Bothell rain garden planting party last week! Neighbors, volunteers, and a school group came out to install four rain gardens in a Bothell community. Rain gardens are a relatively simple way to manage runoff pollution from roofs, driveways, and roads - keeping our waterways and Puget Sound cleaner and healthier.
For more information about rain gardens visit http://www.12000raingardens.org/ ... See more
Thank you to the volunteers who came to the rain garden planting party yesterday! From the very young to the very young-at-heart, you all were awesome and we're grateful for your help. And we learned lots about rain gardens along the way! Many thanks also to Snohomish Conservation District, King Conservation District, 12,000 Rain Gardens, and Stewardship Partners for making it all happen. #BothellCommunity #RainGardens #NeighborsHelpingNeighbors #LWWIP ... See more
WSDA encourages dairy farmers to get ready to manage manure and water during soggy winter months. See our latest Ag Briefs blog post for timely tips!
Join King Conservation District and Horses For Clean Water to learn about managing mud and drainage on your property! Workshop will be held at the The Grange Issaquah on Oct 24th at 6:30 - 8:30 pm.
If you have horses or other livestock then you have mud, right? Wrong! There are many useful ways to manage mud and runoff on your property. Find out about paddock footing options, outdoor washracks, on-farm set-ups for roof runoff, creative ways to keep rain out of stalls and barns and more! We wil... ... See more