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Here's a creative way to move dirt from one part of a hill to another. This happened in Monroe at the Housing Hope family complex. Snohomish Conservation District is partnering with Housing Hope to restore and build garden beds for residents.
Our largest rain garden has finally been planted. Check out how small it makes our Vet Crew seem.
Get to know our 2017-2018 Washington Conservation Corps crew!
This Camano Island rain garden is doing triple duty, filtering water from three different sources: rainwater from the sky, runoff from the roof, and surface water from the uphill slope.
Here are another six completed rain gardens in the City of Everett. Want one for your property? Contact the City of Everett and inquire about their rain garden rebate program.
A community came together and our Vet Crew did the work.
Here is a unique project to slow upland flow of materials using compost socks.
We recently completed a rain garden on at Bay View United Methodist Church in Mount Vernon just above Padilla Bay.
Photos of the rain garden installation process at Whittier Elementary School in Everett by our Vet Crew this August.
The Washington Stormwater Center conducts research including 16 experimental rain gardens. Each garden tests the effects of different soil, vegetation, and other factors that help filter rainwater and stormwater. Earlier this summer, the center concluded that the water was draining too quickly from the rain gardens, thereby losing all the filtration benefits of the special imported rain garden soil.