Thinking about starting a community garden? Here are some things to consider!Read More
From Stanwood to Darrington, and Monroe to Bothell, we covered some ground with rain gardens this October to help filter pollutants out of stormwater runoff. Thanks to the many partners and volunteers who made it possible!Read More
We recently taught a Gardening with a Purpose class in Spanish! The aim was to connect with Latino community members in Monroe through partnerships with WSU, the Monroe Chamber and In Harmony Landscaping. Muchas gracias!Read More
On the solstice, June 21, homeowners, SCD staff, WSU Master Gardeners, City of Lynnwood staff, and volunteers from Edmonds Community College, planted 7 rain gardens in the Perrinville Watershed of Lynnwood.
Photo is of Laura one of the WSU Master Gardeners.Read More
On June 2nd, we had the opportunity to meet many neighbors wanting to help their communities through the growing of extra food. Learn more about our event in partnership with the City of Monroe and Housing Hope.Read More
Give a person a tomato they have one meal. Give them a tomato start and they have tomatoes all summer long! Learn about our work in Snohomish County to help Feed the 44th and surrounding communities!Read More
Thank you to our partners including Boeing, King Conservation District, City of Lynnwood, Tulalip Tribes, Lowe’s, and YOU, for making these rain barrel sales possible. Each drop of water saved is good for all of us!Read More