WASHINGTON – A Kent parking lot has turned into a sustainable urban garden where refugees and immigrants can grow the foods that remind them of home.
WASHINGTON – More than 400 potted native plants, including salal, sword ferns and red currant, are being tended by Admiralty Audubon Society volunteers.
WASHINGTON – The Clallam Conservation District will hold a free workshop focusing on landscaping with native plants Saturday, April 28.
WASHINGTON – The governor showed gratitude for the work of the Appel family and their project partners, the Whatcom Conservation District, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and Diking District #3.
WASHINGTON – The eighth annual procession is sponsored by Lopez Island Conservation Corps, San Juan Island Conservation District, the Bureau of Land Management and the brand-new children’s after-school outdoor program — Muddy Boots. Source: Procession of the Species offers costume workshop | Islands’ Weekly
WASHINGTON – The Kittitas County Conservation District is seeking applicants for a full-time temporary position funded through at least 12/31/18. This position focuses on learning the conservation planning process, Farm Bill programs, and local conservation practices and then using that knowledge (under the guidance of experienced planners) to […]