1. Upcoming Events
  1. October 23

    Backyard Compost Tumblers 101 We’ll dig into how to use manufactured compost tumblers. Do they really work? How hard are they to use? Learn troubleshooting techniques along with how to build healthy soil and how to balance carbon and nitrogen to really fire up your compost tumbler.
    Read More
  2. October 26

    Camp Murray Fall Planting Party! Spend a morning at American Lake planting trees!
    Read More
  3. November 1

    Preparando Sus Caballos Para El Invierno ¿Quieres aprender consejos prácticos cómo ideas para ganarle al barro y ser más eficiente en tus tareas en la época del año cuando esto es lo más importante?
    Read More
  4. November 1

    Winterizing Your Horse Property Want to learn tips on ways to beat mud and be more chore-efficient at the time of year when it counts the most? Join King and Pierce Conservation Districts along with Horses for Clean Water to see and learn techniques for getting a jump on winter.
    Read More
  1. November 2

    Green Puyallup Day: Meeker Creek Work Party! With the hot summer nights turning to rainy fall days it is time to get out into nature and plant native vegetation along our city streams! The Meeker Minions Habitat Stewards continue to work hard at maintaining and restoring the beautiful habitat at our Meeker Creek Restoration Site. The (self-named) Minions hold work parties the 2nd Saturday of every month from 9am to 12pm. Come lend a hand and learn how rewarding it is to be a Habitat Steward!
    Read More
  2. November 2

    Green Puyallup Day: Silver Creek Work Party! With the hot summer nights turning to rainy fall days it is time to get out into nature and plant native vegetation along our city streams! The Silver Creek site has been in active restoration since 2003. Since then, many volunteers have been caring for the Puyallup open space by maintaining existing trees and shrubs, and planting new ones.
    Read More
  3. November 2

    Barro, Estiércol, y Plantas Nativas Visite esta pintoresca propiedad preparada para el invierno de 20 acres con caballos y alpacas, vea el manejo adecuado del barro y un hábitat saludable para los peces y la vida silvestre. Ubicado a lo largo de Coal Creek, Trinity Ranch ha trabajado con el Distrito de Conservación de King (KCD) para plantar árboles nativos y arbustos al lado del agua para evitar la erosión y reducir la propagación de moras invasoras.
    Read More
  4. November 2

    Mud, Manure & Native Plants (English & Spanish) Visit this picturesque 20-acre horse and alpaca property that effectively manages mud and manure, and provides healthy wildlife habitat.
    Read More
View All Events