1. Upcoming Events
  1. March 2

    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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  2. March 4

    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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  3. March 4

    Planting on the Farm – Where Habitat and Agriculture Come Together Volunteers are needed to help plant a vegetative buffer along an agricultural drainage near Orting. Establishment of these plants will help intercept and filter run-off from the adjacent fields that may carry sediment, manure, or other pollutants into Horsehaven Creek and the Puyallup River.
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  1. March 7

    Farmland Succession Planning Workshop - Part 1 of 2 Do you have a plan for the future of your farm? Want to learn about other options to transfer your farm to the next generation? Join us and learn how to get started! The event is free and provides dinner for farmers attending. Dennis Brislawn Jr., estate planner and attorney, as well as Josh Giuntoli of the Office of Farmland Preservation will be covering the fundamentals of estate planning and helping you to take the next steps in developing a plan for the future of your farm! This 2 part ...
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  2. March 16

    2017 Community Garden Kickoff Join Harvest Pierce County staff & fellow community gardeners of Pierce County for potlucks to for a comprehensive look at resources, policies, and things to look forward to for the upcoming year. Every-one will receive a tool-kit with highly relevant information to your work at the community garden. Highly recommended for new garden coordinators and any gardener wanting to learn more. Light fare will be provided.
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  3. March 18

    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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