Country Living From Sunrise to Sunset

2019’s Country Living Expo and Cattlemen’s Winter School is in the books and it had record attendance - estimated to be around 1500. Dr. Temple Grandin was the guest of honor and spoke not only the day of the expo about animal behavior and humane handling methods, but also about Autism in Everett at the Civic Auditorium the night before.

Snohomish Conservation District presented the following topics:

  • Regenerative Agriculture

  • Sound Horsekeeping

  • Rainwater Catchment

  • Build a Rain Barrel workshop

  • Project Harvest

  • Raising Beef Cattle

Snohomish Conservation District also co-hosted booth space with our sister conservation districts from Skagit, Whidbey Island and Whatcom to highlight the Better Ground Puget Sound-wide efforts (

The biggest and most exciting change for us was the Facebook Live Streaming of two of the above classes. You can view each of them below or find them on our Facebook page.

Facebook Live Streamed Videos of Michael Hipp’s Sound Horsekeeping Class (left side) and Carrie Brausieck’s Regenerative Agriculture Class (right side).