Hear from our staff on their projects and interesting sightings from the field.
The rain barrels installed will help the health center save money by reusing rain water, and also help to protect the nearby Tulalip Bay from stormwater runoff and pollution.
Stories and quotes from the conservation leader award winners from our Better Ground Showcase.
See what a Lawns to Lettuce grant can do for your community garden!
This fall we offered an incentive to encourage landowners on Lake Stevens to plant native plants to protect the lake from runoff. Here's a before and after post to show just how pretty and practical doing so can be!
Here's a video of the recently installed rain gardens at Quilceda Creek Apartments in Marysville during a rain event.
"'twas the night before Christmas in the SCD house...."
If you're looking for a compact and thorough look at urban farming, check out the community garden and cultural kitchen at Edmonds Community College.
Two new rain gardens have been installed in Marysville to reduce flooding and runoff to Quilceda Creek in the Snohomish Watershed.
This week we had the opportunity to spend a morning showing off projects in the 38th district to June Robinson. We are grateful for our partners in conservation!