Learn more about our conservation corps crews and see where they've been sighted.
With our gratitude and thanks, we sent out into the world another Washington Conservation Corps Crew and Restoration Project Assistant.
The story features two of our bigger Washington Department of Ecology projects - Jennings Park in Marysville and the recently named Foothills Wetland Preserve in Monroe.
Generally, our Annual Plant Sale is a one-week engagement concluding with a fun and interactive pick-up day and walk-up sale. This year was different.
A beaver swims through a channel likely created by some of its toothwork. Our WCC crew helps to create a larger tree buffer with live stakes.
Our 2018-2019 Washington Conservation Corps crew has begun their real work around the county. Here are some photos from their first outings including prep for the Puget Sound Orca Day held in November.
Ongoing - seeking interested Veterans for our Veterans Conservation Corps crew. Positions are active during the months of March to October.
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!
We are grateful to our Vet Crew at the end of their eight month season with us. Much has been accomplished on the ground in Snohomish County and on Camano, and we could not have done it without them!
Welcome to our 2018-19 WCC Crew!
We’re about to say goodbye to another awesome. Parting is always bittersweet, but we are proud of the work these young people have done!
On Thursday August 16, 2018, Chris Rodriguez, our Vet Crew Supervisor, had the pleasure of attending the Veterans Peer Mentorship training hosted by the Department of Veteran Affairs. He was skeptical at first wondering, “What would I learn?” Read more.