- What We Do
- Habitat Improvement
Highlighted Restoration Projects
The District works with private and public landowners to restore native habitats. These projects often involve the removal of invasive weeds and the establishment of native trees and shrubs to improve the quality and function of local habitats. Many of these projects involve citizen volunteers in events that not only improve the quality of our natural areas, but also help build community and a sense of stewardship.
Shore Friendly Pierce
Pierce Conservation District's Shore Friendly Pierce program links waterfront residents with the technical support and resources to make informed, cost-effective and environmentally-friendly decisions about shoreline management. We offer free, non-regulatory site visits and erosion assessments to help you identify problems or opportunities specific to your stretch of the shoreline. Our goal is to help you manage your land with confidence, so that the generations to come will enjoy it as much as you do.
District staff are available to meet with landowners to discuss options for improving, enhancing, or restoring native habitats.
Pierce Conservation District has foresters available who can provide assistance to small forest landowners who are interested in improving forest health and managing for a variety of needs including wildlife habitat, wildfire prevention, and water quality. Foresters can work with land owners to create forest plans that act as a guide for the management of forests over several years to achieve your desired goals. Foresters can also connect landowners with appropriate cost-share opportunities for non-commercial activities.