Watch our new Working Buffers video to understand how planting trees and shrubs on your property can make a difference in soil health, water quality and habitat for birds and wildlife.Read More
Being fortunate enough to live in the Maritime Pacific Northwest surrounded by the Salish Sea is something that many of us cherish. Our unique marine environment offers habitat to an abundance of marine and terrestrial flora and fauna that support our lifestyles and cultural heritage. However, balancing land use with protecting our natural heritage can be challenging, especially when you own livestock.Read More
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.Read More
Many people forget about fruit trees when they are planning out their yards, but they should not be overlooked. They are so simple, so rewarding, and so beautiful. They represent our most ancient connection to the bounty of nature. They are fun to work on, soothing to look at, and their personalities are all so different.Read More
The WCC crew wrapped up their planting season on April 27th! A total of 23,976 plants were installed on 24 acres! The plantings occurred on 14 properties from November to April.