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  1. January 26

    Habitat Stewardship Training If you want to help improve a restoration site Pierce Conservation District has completed in the past, consider becoming a Habitat Steward. Over the years we have planted dozens of sites, but with ever-present outside threats these sites need ongoing care into establishment. Have a favorite planting you attended and want to reconnect with that space? Inspired to help us with our highest priority sites? We are looking for you.
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  2. January 27

    Agriculture Roundtable Breakfast Club Each month, the AgCOI coordinator, the WSU Extension Pierce County Director and the Pierce County Ag Program Manager will be having breakfast in the delicious Tim's Kitchen. If you are an existing farmer, or even just following an interest, join us over a cup of coffee to talk about any specific issues that you would like help to resolve on your farm. We may not be able to solve the problem here, but you will have our undivided attention, and we can work together as a team to come up with a pl...
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  3. January 28

    Habitat Stewardship Training If you want to help improve a restoration site Pierce Conservation District has completed in the past, consider becoming a Habitat Steward. Over the years we have planted dozens of sites, but with ever-present outside threats these sites need ongoing care into establishment. Have a favorite planting you attended and want to reconnect with that space? Inspired to help us with our highest priority sites? We are looking for you.
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  1. January 28

    Meeker Creek Habitat Stewardship Work Party The Meeker Minions will be hosting a work party at Meeker Creek on Saturday, January 28th. The Minions are Habitat Stewards of the Meeker Restoration site and provide much needed maintenance the last weekend of every month. They are always in need of more helping hands!
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  2. February 2

    Monthly Board of Supervisors Meeting Our monthly Board of Supervisors meeting to update work accomplished and future plans. Open to the public.
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  3. February 11

    It’s the Dead of Winter: How do YOUR Paddocks Look? It’s the middle of winter when mud can be at its worst on livestock properties here in western Washington. That is not the case at the Meisner farm, where they jumped into making improvements to the property immediately after purchasing it two years ago. Their two horses live in mud-free winter paddocks made possible by grading a 1-2% slope away from the barn, installing gravel over geo-grids to prevent the gravel from mixing with the soil below around the stall doors, and by installing gutters ...
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