Funding: Lawns to Lettuce
Have a project in mind? Get reimbursed for up to $500 to fund your project!
The Snohomish Conservation District is now offering cost-share opportunities up to $500 to qualified individuals and organizations that are working towards community-based urban agriculture in Snohomish County and Camano Island. Projects will be chosen based on criteria such as the engagement of partners and diverse community members, and the demonstration of environmentally-sound techniques.
Looking for inspiration? Learn more about Lawns to Lettuce and see examples here.
Or, download a hard-copy and mail or deliver your completed application to our office: 528 91st Ave NE, Suite A , Lake Stevens WA 98258
Some cost-share projects include:
- Building materials for raised beds
- Seeds, soil and compost
- Rain catchment systems
- Compost bins
- Communication and outreach efforts
- Lawn removal