Hear from our staff on their projects and interesting sightings from the field.
It was a great day to celebrate and protect the earth in Marysville on April 20, 2019 by planting trees along Allen Creek in Jennings Park.
Happy Graduation to the 2019 WSU Cultivating Success - Agricultural Entrepreneurship students! They completed a 12-week class at McCollum Park's Cougar Auditorium on April 2, 2019.
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.
The Better Ground display garden at the Northwest Flower & Garden Festival was a hit with locals, which was not surprising due to its abundance of native plants and trees.
A story about our quotable cooperator Colleen and her love of native plants.
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.
Ongoing - seeking interested Veterans for our Veterans Conservation Corps crew. Positions are active during the months of March to October.
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!
Did we hit our 20,000 pound goal of food donated to the food bank? ALMOST! Way to go, Project Harvest folks, and Jill, our WSU intern.
We are so thankful to the 20 horse folks that came to our Horsekeeping in the Winter Wet farm tour.
Funding is currently available for certain projects in the Lower Stillaguamish PIC Project area. Even if you don't live in this area, please contact Michael Hipp at 425-377-7019 for advice and/or a free site visit to help you manage mud and manure for your sanity, your horses' health, and the health of the environment around you.