Working together for better habitat water food air for Southern Resident Killer Whales.
Working together for better water. habitat. forests. food. soils. backyards. communities. ground.
The Snohomish estuary, prior to the Smith Island project being completed. Taken by Snohomish County staff.
Orca Recovery Day is October 15! This is a day of action across Puget Sound to support the Southern Resident Killer Whale population. Whether it’s planting native trees, removing invasive species, or collecting litter around your community, there are actions you can take to support orcas and make your surrounding environment healthier.
Forests are one of the largest habitats under threat within the Puget Sound region. Join us in strengthening your forest stewardship and learning about our Regional Forestry Pilot Program.
Working together for better ground
We can grow gardens, educate our youth, and change the world – one property at a time. It starts with you and your local Conservation District.
What is a conservation district?
For more than 75 years, conservation districts across Puget Sound have been helping tens of thousands of rural and urban residents build Better Ground. They provide free, hands-on expertise to help make your property improvements a reality. You may even be eligible for financial assistance to complete your dream project!
We can help...
It starts with you and your local conservation district.
Request a site visit today!
Now’s the time to connect with your local district.
Trees for Resilience Toolkit
The Puget Sound region isn’t as forested as it used to be. Now more than ever, trees in urban spaces are important! We have a toolkit created by professionals, for professionals to integrate urban forests and tree canopy into the fabric of their communities for greater livability and resilience.
Main photo is of the Snohomish estuary prior to the Smith Island project being completed. Taken by Snohomish County staff.