Online balloting for Position #2 is now open – voting closes at midnight on March 11, 2014. Click Here to get started
The King Conservation District is pleased to announce the KCD-Seattle Community Partnership Grant Workshop on March 17, 2014 from 1:00-5:00 p.m. in the Bertha Knight Landes Room at Seattle City Hall. Learn more
King Conservation District Presents Recommendations of the Conservation Panel and Task Force to the King County Regional Policy Council
On Wednesday, February 12, KCD briefed the Regional Policy Council, a body made up of elected officials from King County and local municipalities, on the outcomes of the Conservation Panel and Task Force roundtable process and outlined thd steps KCD is taking to build strong partnerships in the region. Learn more
Extreme weather events and melting glaciers are not the only impacts of climate change. Every day life is being affected, even here in the Pacific Northwest. Horse and livestock owners are already facing challenges from diseases and pests appearing more frequently and becoming more resistant. Learn more
The King Conservation District's Annual Meeting is an opportunity to celebrate accomplishments, enjoy good food and good company, thank our partners, and recognize the many people who have gone the extra mile for resource conservation in our community. For more information click here.
Now available! The KCD/KC Conservation Panel and Task force Common Set of Recommendations Final Report
For a full report on the task force click here.
With winter coming on, it's already time to think about spring planting! Next year's growing season begins with our annual Native Bareroot Plant Sale, set for Saturday, March 1, 2014. The District offers a wide variety of native trees & shrubs for, home landscapes and conservation purposes, including wildlife habitat, windbreaks, hedgerows, reforestation, and stream enhancement. The plants are bareroot stock, which means they are affordable and easy to plant. Learn more.
In December, 2012, the King County Council passed an ordinance authorizing the King Conservation District to institute a new system of rates & charges. For details click here.
The King Conservation District has been awarded a $30,000 grant from the Rose Foundation to help enhance an urban stream running through the North Creek Business Park and community sports fields.
Read about the 2011 - 2012 accomplishments of the King Conservation District.