KCD is at 10332 Central Valley Road, Poulsbo, WA 98370. Hours are 8 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.
We are often serving customers, so please call before visiting!
Call 360-204-5529, fax to 360-204-5519 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Kitsap Conservation District is your resource for natural resources! We offer technical assistance to landowners to help preserve our natural resources. You will find all the information you need to apply for technical assistance and grants to help you improve your property’s resource management. We are a non-regulatory organization working cooperatively with private landowners to address water and soil concerns. We collaborate with farmers, residents, and businesses to work toward conservation goals.
Request for Qualifications – Fleming Stream Restoration Design
Kitsap Conservation District (the District) is requesting Statements of Qualifications from engineering firms for preliminary design and permit package for a fish passage and stream and floodplain restoration project. The project is located on Dickerson Creek and includes approximately 2.5 acres of stream and riparian corridor on four privately owned residential parcels located at 2071 Northlake Way NW. Bremerton, WA 98312. The project is funded by the Salmon Recovery Funding Board and Kitsap County/Clean Water Kitsap.
Link to RFQ documents https://drive.google.com/open?id=1xlz6MneS2TFMFJD4P8W6DZlUZa7P1ixW
Submission Deadline: November 5, 2018 Direct questions to: BackyardHabitat@kitsapcd.org
Ag Technical Assistance
Well-designed conservation practices increase farm productivity while protecting water quality and reducing soil erosion. We combine technical help with cost-share incentives to support good stewardship of natural resources. We partner with the Kitsap County Surface and Stormwater Management Program.
Connect the dots for wildlife by improving habitat in your yard. We may have grants available for stream restoration projects. Typical grants range from $300 to $10,000. Individual landowners, local organizations, conservation groups and others are encouraged to apply.
Rain Gardens & LID
Add beauty to your landscape while helping to cool and clean stormwater runoff. Rain gardens are landscaped depressions that collect runoff generated from impervious surfaces such as roofs, driveways, parking areas and other hard surfaces. We can provide technical assistance and up to $1000 worth of financial assistance toward rain gardens and other LID projects!