Why Is This Work Important?
"Each of us, on our own property, we have a responsibility to steward that property, our own parcel, and to do things on the property that take care of and protect our streams and rivers. And, if we each do that, on our piece, then collectively at the landscape level, then we'll have healthy streams and rivers and clean water." - Cindy Dittbrenner, Natural Resources Program Manager
We all have a lot to learn, things are constantly evolving. We’ve got to learn to compromise, we’re here on this earth together and we all have to learn to cooperate.
To keep farming profitable in Snohomish County along with improving the environment, saving farmland while increasing fish populations and habitat.
To see the young people - my sons, some of my students (including Spencer Fuentes, Mark Lovejoy, Andrew Albert) - come up into agriculture, a tough industry, warms the heart and gives hope for the future.
Clean water for all; Just keep at it!