1. Upcoming Events
  1. May 2

    Edible Garden Series - Puyallup Explore the basics of successful vegetable gardening in the Pacific Northwest—from seed to table. Classes are taught by educators from Harvest Pierce County and Pierce County Public Works.
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  2. May 4

    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. May 6

    Pitch in for Parks at Bradley Lake Park As part of the Green Puyallup Partnership we are focusing efforts on improving this open space to better support local wildlife and improve water quality. Pierce College has taken a lead with this work and is hosting Community Work Parties several times over the spring to remove blackberry and install native vegetation.
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  1. May 6

    8th Annual Spring Summit If spring has you eager to start gardening, mark your calendar for Saturday May 6th and join Harvest Pierce County for the Annual Spring Summit hosted at Lincoln High School from 10am-3pm. Come learn about beginner to advanced gardening techniques, community development skills, and cooking. Kids are encouraged to come as Tacoma Children’s Museum will be providing activities. The event includes a free lunch as well as many giveaways including plant starts, seeds, and much more.
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  2. May 9

    Gig Harbor Rain Barrel Workshop Spring showers not only bring flowers, but also the opportunity to collect, store, and use the abundant Washington rainfall for your personal irrigation needs. Rain barrels are one way home owners can harvest the rain, and with this workshop, it’s fun, easy, and free! Sponsored by the City of Gig Harbor and the Pierce Conservation District, this workshop will cover the history of rain water harvesting and best uses for rain barrel water, and provide guidance to assemble and take home your very...
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  3. May 10

    Edible Garden Series - Lakewood Explore the basics of successful vegetable gardening in the Pacific Northwest—from seed to table. Classes are taught by educators from Harvest Pierce County and Pierce County Public Works.
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