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Helping residents of Snohomish County and Camano Island manage natural resources for the future.

WELCOME to the website for
Snohomish Conservation District

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Summer 2014 Nexus

In the Summer 2014 Nexus...

Learn about the new Face of Farming in our area including some local history, new influences on farming, and resources for beginning farmers.

There are also articles on: Red Barn Community Farm, Diotomateous Earth and it's uses, how an Arlington area farm is 'Farmscaping its way to salmon returns' and much more. Check out the 2014 Summer Nexus at the link below.

2014 Summer Cover

2014 Summer Nexus Link

Faster Loading Summer 2014

PHONE SYSTEM UPDATE

GOOD NEWS!

The Conservation District has an all-new phone system and we are eagerly awaiting your calls! Each District staff person has their own dedicated number, but the good news is, you can still call the 425-335-5634 number and get a directory of our new 4-digit extensions!

Check out our new numbers here!

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Snohomish Conservation District Assessment News

There is still time to write and submit a support letter for the Snohomish Conservation District Assessment. A form letter is provided below, or you may write your own and submit it to your county council person. Stay tuned for more on the reauthorization of the 5 year assessment.

Assessment Reauthorization

Individual Support Form Letter

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2014 Farm Bill Highlights

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Learn more here

What is a Conservation District? 

Our Mission: 

Snohomish Conservation District's mission is to work cooperatively with others to promote and encourage conservation and responsible use of natural resources.

What We Do ~ In a Nutshell

District Summary

Our Board of Supervisors

Board of Supervisors Contact List 

Our Staff

Staff contact numbers and emails

Staff bios

Whether you are looking for help with streamside erosion, weeds in your pastures, planning a new or existing building on your farm, or revitilizing your woodlot, SCD has staff available to help you, at no cost. This includes help with soil testing, engineering, determining your grazing capacities, improving your composting or manure options and much more. See the list of programs below, or go to the links on the left to learn more.

Fact Sheets on Assistance to ~

Dairy Producers

Fact Sheets Coming Soon

Small Forest Landowners

Urban Residents

Small Farm Owners

Equine/Horses/Stables

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What's New! We have new videos to share!


Rain Water Collection Cistern Examples in Puget Sound
 
How to Build: A Rain Barrel
 
How to Build: Multi-Barrel Rain Water Collection System
 

Check out our new website too!

 

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At betterground.org, you will find all sorts of natural resource-related materials including videos, landowner stories, fact sheets, and resources to help you on your property. Give it a whirl, and let us know what you think!

Our Programs:

Farm Planning

Habitat & Stream Restoration

Managing Stormwater & Low Impact Development

Firewise

Native Tree & Shrub Sale

Education 

Outreach

Classroom lessons and field trips - sign up here

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George Allen and Spreader

Manure spreader and broadcast spreader available to borrow from the District

See the Agriculture & Farming page for more information

Mug Up's and Meet'Up's

Mug Up's & Meet Up's

What are they and how can you have one?

 

Free Soil Tests?? We have them!

Find out more here or

call Leif Fixen at 425-335-5634, ext 7019

Seasonal High Tunnel Initiative

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We now have a collection of

photos on Flickr!

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Check it out here 

Find us on Facebook too!

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  Manure Share List to be Restarted

Check it out here

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The District office is located at

528 91st Ave NE, Ste A
Lake Stevens, WA 98258

Map to the Ag Service Center/SCD office

Please note on the map that the

'Red Barn Exxon' is now the 'Beige Barn Valero'.


Phone: 425-335-5634

FAX number: 425-335-5024

Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. daily except

Official Washington State holidays

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