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The Plant Sale is Here!

The season we've all been waiting for.

Why native plants?

  • They’re adapted to the soil, hydrology, and climate.
  • They’ve already evolved defenses against diseases and pests that are found in your region. 
  • They can help both stabilize and enrich the soil.
  • They attract the types of wildlife you actually want in your garden.
Plant Sale | Puget Sound CD’s
Clallam CDMason CDThurston CDSkagit CDWhatcom CDSnohomish CDKing CDSan Juan Islands CDWhidbey Island CDPierce CDKitsap CDJefferson County CD

Clallam CD

Mason CD

Thurston CD

Skagit CD

Project Description: The project will restore a three-acre one-hundred and twenty foot wide native tree and shrub buffer on a small Pocket Estuary located on March Point.
Project Location: March Point Estuary
Project Time: 10 am to 1 pm
Contact Person: Bill Blake,, 360-428-4313

Whatcom CD

Snohomish CD

King CD

Project Description: Join KCD, Green Seattle Partnership and the City of Seattle to enhance Longfellow Creek and support healthy salmon populations.
Project Site: West Seattle, Seattle, WA
Project Time: 10 am -2 p.m.
Contact Person: 
Nikki Wolf, Nikki.wolf@kingcd.org425-282-1909

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Project Description: KCD is partnering with the City of Bothell to enhance Parr Creek. Help us plant trees to improve the streamside habitat salmon need to thrive.
Project Site: Bothell Business Park, Bothell, WA
Project Time: 10 am – 2 p.m.
Contact Person: 
Matt Maria, matt.maria@kingcd.org425-282-1934

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San Juan Islands CD

Whidbey Island CD

Project Description: Greenbank Farm rain garden restoration project. Master Gardeners will be on hand to lead a rain garden restoration and replanting work party. Partners: WSU Ext, WSU Master Gardeners, Port of Coupeville.
Project Location: Greenbank Farm, 765 Wonn Rd, Greenbank
Project Time: 1 – 4 pm
Contact Person: Shannon Bly,, 360-678-4708

Sunlight Shores Shoreline Restoration Community Planting

Project Description: Join the Sunlight Shores Community in their second native planting as part of their voluntary shoreline restoration project. Planting native vegetation along shorelines and waterways prevents erosion and buffers stormwater run-off, benefitting salmon and Orcas.

Project Location: Sunlight Shores, Clinton

Project Time: 9am-noon

Contact Person: Shannon Bly,, 360-678-4708


Cornet Bay Noxious Weed Removal

Project Description: Come get your aggression out on some noxious weeds on the beautiful Cornet Bay shoreline. Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group will be on hand to assist with the work party and make sure the correct plants are being removed.  Noxious weeds on our shorelines crowd out the native plant ecosystem that buffers Puget Sound from our stormwater and provides habitat for pollinators and wildlife.

Project Location: Cornet Bay, North Whidbey

Project Time: 9 am-noon

Contact Person: Shannon Bly,, 360-678-4708


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Pierce CD

Project Description: Join us at the DeMolay Sandspit Nature Preserve for a marine shoreline restoration planting, to help reduce erosion and create better habitat for the entire food chain.
Project Site:
Demolay Sandspit Nature Preserve, Fox Island, WA
Project Time: 1-4 p.m.
Contact Person: Camila Matamala-Ost,, 253-845-9770 ext.126

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Kitsap CD

Project Description: Invasive weed removal and native planting along a Dogfish creek in the heart of Poulsbo, WA. Join us as we restore critical habitat for salmon and orca.
Project Location: Fish Park, 288 NW Lindvig Way, Poulsbo, WA 98370
Project Time: 9:30 am – 2 pm
Contact Person: Jesse Adams,, 360-204-5529 ext 123

Jefferson County CD

Find one near you!

Your local conservation district is hosting a plant sale in 2021, and chances are, pre-orders are open now. This is your chance to plan your dream garden and ask the professionals for tips and tricks on planting, gardening, or any other questions you may have about your property.

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Learn More About Native Plants

Perfect for Wild Nature

Pat and Tony own a bluff with a beautiful view of the Puget Sound, but it’s not always acting pretty. It’s sandy, sensitive and has even had some landslides. They started looking into plants that would help protect and stabilize their land, and after connecting with their local conservation district, they discovered the native plant sale.