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
Here are photos and videos of the conservation of the year award winners. Enjoy snapshots of their lives to inspire you to also be changemakers for better ground.
Ask yourself. What ripples will my stone create?Read More
After reviewing the performance of the Manure Spreader Program for the 2017 season some proposals were put forward and were accepted by the Snohomish Conservation District (SCD) Board of Supervisors for the 2018 season. Read more about those changes.Read More
As we eagerly anticipate the growing season we would like all of you to know about the new partnership that has grown during the winter months between Snohomish Conservation District’s Lawns to Lettuce program, and Volunteers of America’s, Project Harvest. We have come together to keep our gleaning and gardening communities engaged and informed!Read More
Snohomish Conservation District (SCD) is honoring the following individuals, businesses and non-profits whose work to conserve natural resources have been exceptional. Our 2018 Better Ground Showcase is invitation only this year and will be held on Thursday, April 12, 2018, in Mukilteo.Read More
Throughout April and May, there are several opportunities to experience Snohomish Conservation District's Sound Education program for youth around the county. Sno-Isle Libraries is hosting the following programs in Sultan, Lynnwood, Monroe, and Edmonds.Read More
On Saturday, March 24, at the Camano Lutheran Church, 33 people from the Livingston Watershed on Camano Island and the surrounding area enjoyed a three hour workshop on pasture management and how unhealthy pastures affect the health and well being of horses.Read More
To honor Ag Week, here is a snapshot in time from each of our farm planners on the Snohomish Conservation District staff. There are lots of good projects in the works or in the ground around Snohomish County and Camano Island.Read More
Here's an update on the graduates from the 2017 winter class of the Cultivating Success 8-week New Farmer/Rancher Course, and the 2018 spring class of the Cultivating Success 10-week Ag Business Entrepreneurship Course.
Photo: WSU Cultivating Success Ag Business Entrepreneurship ClassRead More
In Washington, there are 14 counties with a Young Farmers and Ranchers chapter. On Saturday, March 10th, at the historical Swiss Hall in the heart of the Tualco Valley near Monroe, the Snohomish County chapter kicked off their inaugural meeting.Read More