Hear from our staff on their projects and interesting sightings from the field.
Patience is a virtue as they say. And, here at Snohomish Conservation District (SCD), we practice that skill every day. We can have staff leave and return years later before projects are completed. The Kristoferson Creek fish passage is one of those projects.
David New and his family celebrated their 2018 Washington State Tree Farmer of the Year award with us and the community. Learn more about what it’s like to run a winning tree farm in Snohomish County, and our restoration work on Trib 64.
With school out for the summer, SCD offered two different workshops to K-12 teachers. One is called Project WET, and the other is called Green Schoolyard. Learn more and see how much fun they had!
“I enjoyed all of the excellent presenters and tours – all were inspiring and knowledgeable… best training I’ve been to in years.”
On the solstice, June 21, homeowners, SCD staff, WSU Master Gardeners, City of Lynnwood staff, and volunteers from Edmonds Community College, planted 7 rain gardens in the Perrinville Watershed of Lynnwood.
Photo is of Laura one of the WSU Master Gardeners.
Now hiring for another member of our Vet Crew to start immediately. Term 2 runs through October 31, 2018. Apply today!
Earth Day is for students, and all of us. Here’s a summary of some of the projects that were driven by our young people in Snohomish County and on Camano Island.
Thank you to our partners including Boeing, King Conservation District, City of Lynnwood, Tulalip Tribes, Lowe’s, and YOU, for making these rain barrel sales possible. Each drop of water saved is good for all of us!