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Posted on August 25, 2021 at 2:44 PM by Allan Warren
The Urban Tree Sale is back in full-swing for 2021! As usual, we are offering six different varieties of trees, each chosen specifically for their hardiness, size, maintenance, and adornment. Just like last year, we are experiencing record-fast sales and are encouraging all of our customers to stop by our website before the trees are all gone.
Our trees are priced at just $10-$30, and with deals like that, it’s hard not to see our selection in your front yard. Each spring, be wowed by our Scarlett Hawthorn blooms, experience the beauty of the ever-popular Snow Dogwood, and even turn heads with our Evergreen Magnolia. We are even carrying the Pyramid Pine, Sourwood, and Strawberry tree to help diversify your landscaping! Whatever your needs are, find them with us, at the annual 2021 Urban Tree Sale.
Posted on August 25, 2021 at 2:13 PM by Allan Warren
With the return of fall comes the return of rain to Western Washington, which does more than bring some relief from the summer heat. From the glaciers in Mt. Rainier National Park to the shores of Commencement Bay, rainwater nourishes our communities, supports forests and farmlands, and creates countless recreation opportunities. Ensuring this water remains clean and healthy ensures that Pierce County residents can continue enjoying this quality of life for generations to come.
Posted on August 6, 2021 at 11:14 AM by Allan Warren
Volunteers of all ages have helped us with our Depave Puget Sound program, as seen here at our McKinley Business District depave event, which removed 7,500SF of pavement and helps reduce almost 200,000 gallons of stormwater each year. With our new grant program, opportunities for homeowners and community groups to implement these programs are multiplying!
The Pierce Conservation District (District) announced today a new grant program for homeowners and community groups in the county’s most urban and polluted watersheds. The Green Stormwater Mini-Grant is available to support projects that reduce polluted stormwater runoff from entering Puget Sound. Grant recipients can receive up to $4,000 to plant rain gardens, remove excessive pavement, create urban habitat, or collect rainwater in large tanks.