Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about.
October 7, 2017
View All Calendars is the default. Choose Select a Calendar to view a specific calendar. Subscribe to calendar notifications by clicking on the Notify Me® button, and you will automatically be alerted about the latest events in our community.
March 3, 2017, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ District Main Office
The District offers almost 30 native tree and shrub species for home landscapes and conservation purposes, including: naturescaping (low-water requirement landscapes), rain garden installations, wildlife enhancement, reforestation, wetland and stream enhancement, and erosion control, as well as landscaping around homes and farms. Native plants have evolved to grow in the soils, topography, and climate of western Washington. This gives them decided advantages, including greater resistance to pests and better ability to withstand wet winters and dry summers. It is for these reasons that conservation districts across the state promote the use of native plants. These bare root plants have well-developed roots and are easy to handle, transport and plant. We strive to provide you with large quantities of high quality and affordable bare root trees and shrubs, as well as tree protector tubes, and Plantskydd animal repellant.