Housing Hope's Twin Lakes Community Garden

Snohomish Conservation District staff, along with some last minute volunteers, helped Housing Hope complete their community garden at their Twin Lakes Landing housing unit. Staff and volunteers moved 9 yards of soil to fill the garden beds that are now ready for residents to plant come spring time. Big thanks to Doug and Nancy for coming out on such a short notice! 

Tomorrow, the Twin Lakes Landing complex will have its ribbon cutting ceremony! By the end of the month 38 people, who have suffered from homelessness, will move in and have a roof over their heads, along with access to the many awesome services Housing Hope has to offer. 

We feel so fortunate to partner with Housing Hope as they continue to promote and provide affordable housing and tailored services to reduce homelessness and poverty for Snohomish County and Camano Island residents.

Editor's Note: Since this volunteer opportunity, the Twin Lakes Landing has had the public opening, which was covered by the Everett Herald - December 25, 2017.