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KCD Workshop & Farm Tours in August

  • Written by Valley View Staff

The King Conservation District & Horses for Clean Water will host two free events in August. The first is a workshop on "Shopping for Horse Property" at the Maple Valley Library on August 27th, and the second is a farm tour at Boise Creek Boer Goats near Enumclaw on August 29th. Visit the website for details: www.kingcd.org/news-summer-farm-tours-2013.htm.

Free Pasture Management Workshop, September 13th in Enumclaw

Tour three properties in the Enumclaw area to learn about the latest in pasture management on Friday, September 13th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Topics will include soil testing, fencing, drainage and weed management. To register, call (425) 282-1949, or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

King County Creates New Current Use Taxation Web Portal

Landowners in King County are eligible for four current use taxation programs that offer incentives to voluntarily preserve open space, farmland or forestlands.

The Public Benefit Rating System and the Timber Land program are administered by the Department of Natural Resources & Parks, while the Forestland and the Farm and Agricultural Land Programs are administered by the Department of Assessments. King County’s new Current Use Taxation webpage provides brief descriptions, contact information and applications for all four programs. 

Take Advantage of Hands-On Learning Opportunities at KCD Volunteer Events

King Conservation District staff coordinate an ongoing series of volunteer events in our Native Plant Nursery, at Longfellow Creek in Seattle, and elsewhere in King County.

The events provide opportunities for people of all ages to learn about native plant propagation and habitat restoration. See the website for the full schedule of upcoming volunteer events: www.kingcd.org/volunteer/index.php.

                                             

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