Volume 28: Issue 2
By the time this issue reaches your hands the days might be feeling a little shorter and the nights a bit colder, but there’s a hint of something else in the air. And no it’s not the smell of pumpkin spice or crisp fall leaves, it’s something more. It’s that feeling of togetherness and coziness—for wrapping up in your favorite knit blanket on the couch after picking manure or drinking a cup of coffee before watching the big game. It’s a time for reflection and thankfulness, gathering with friends and family, and pie (lots of pie).
Whether we’ve met in person or only through the pages of the Nexus, all of us at Snohomish Conservation District are grateful for your support and the District could not exist without your willingness to partner with us year in and year out. If we’ve only been introduced through the pages of this publication, we welcome you to get in touch for assistance with your property concerns. Let’s jump into 2018 together.