Please read the attached resolution for the 2018 Supervisor Election
2018 KCD Election to Board Supervisors
All further notices of Elections for 2018 will be published on this website
March 23, 2018 2018 election resolution
Please see attached resolution
These projects will help restore streams to natural conditions, improve fish and wildlife habitat, and stabilize banks:
- Planting stream side areas with native plants
- Removing debris
- Removing undersized culverts, old dams or concrete structures to improve fish passage
- Removing noxious weeds and replacing with native plants
- Adding woody debris and stream gravel to enhance streams
Projects should emphasize physical implementation, and more project ideas are welcome.
Contact Carin Anderson at (360) 204-5529 Ext 22 or email@example.com for questions about the program and application process. You can also request a site visit. For links to the program brochure and application click on the NEWS tab. Backyard Habitat Application
Check out the new community page of Facebook, Doo For You: www.facebook.com/kitsapdooforyou/ . Kitsap folks can use this page to share information when they need manure or have it to spare!
Thousands of plants were reserved in January and plenty of enthusiastic folks turned up to collect their orders.
Several local native plant nurseries joined us at the Fairgrounds Sheep barn with additional plants for sale.
Saturday was also our annual ‘Doo for You’ event, where we give out free aged manure from the previous year’s county fair.
Around 75 people showed up to collect free doo.
Kitsap’s Parks and Recreation department provided and operated a loader to fill the trucks, and KCD sent a staff member to hand out safety information and composting instructions to all of the participants.
We celebrated the installation of the 100th rain garden to be built through our cost share program last month at Olalla Elementary School. In addition to building the rain garden, the project introduced students to the benefits of rain gardens and issues surrounding pollution and stormwater.
We’ll continue to work towards our next hundred rain gardens with our Dig Day projects in 2014.