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  1. April 30

    Streamside Planting to Restore Salmon Habitat Along Clarks Creek! Volunteers are needed to help plant approximately 900 linear feet of Clarks Creek near Puyallup. Over time, these trees and shrubs will re-establish a healthy and functioning stream buffer that will contribute to improved water quality and wildlife habitat. Clarks Creek, an important tributary to the lower Puyallup River, has been heavily impacted by human activity over the years. In many places the stream has been cleared of native trees and shrubs, hampered by poor water quality, and conf…
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  2. May 3

    Edible Garden Series - Puyallup Explore the basics of successful vegetable gardening in the Pacific Northwest—from seed to table. Classes are taught by educators from Pierce County Public Works and Harvest Pierce County (a program of the Pierce Conservation District).
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  3. May 5

    Regular Board Meeting Regular Board Meeting
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  1. May 7

    Harvest Pierce County 7th Annual Spring Summit Join us for a family friendly day filled with great classes on gardening and community building, barter fair, and a free lunch! We will kick off the day with a key-note from Maralise Hood-Quan, Executive Director of Pierce County Center for Dialog and Resolution to highlight the art of connecting community through food and the land. The day will end with a garden swap hosted by Fair Tradin’-if you would like to participate by trading any plants, seeds, or other homemade products, please get in t…
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  2. May 10

    Gig Harbor Rain Barrel Workshop Spring showers not only bring flowers, but also the chance to collect, store, and use the abundant Washington rainfall for your personal use. Rain barrels are one way home owners can harvest the rain, and with this workshop, it’s fun, easy, and practically free! Sponsored by City of Gig Harbor and the Pierce Conservation District, this workshop will cover the history of rain water harvesting and best uses for rain barrel water, and provide guidance to assemble and take home your very own 60-…
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  3. May 11

    Pierce County Rain Barrel Workshop - 2 Spring showers not only bring flowers, but also the chance to collect, store, and use the abundant Washington rainfall for your personal use. Rain barrels are one way home owners can harvest the rain, and with this workshop, it’s fun, easy, and practically free! Sponsored by Pierce County Surface Water Management and the Pierce Conservation District, this workshop will cover the history of rain water harvesting and best uses for rain barrel water, and provide guidance to assemble and take ho…
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