Don’t forget!

Written March 10th, 2017
Categories: About us, Tree Sale

If you ordered from our 2017 plant sale, you can pick up your plants today (Friday, March 10, 1pm – 6pm) or tomorrow (Saturday, March 11, 9am – 1pm).

If you forgot to order, you may be able to find the plants you want during the after sale on Saturday. Arrive before 1pm for a chance to purchase unclaimed plants. First come, first serve!

See you in the Sheep Barn at the Kitsap Fairgrounds!

Election Notices

Written February 1st, 2017
Categories: Uncategorized


Written February 24th, 2016
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Election Notice

Written February 16th, 2016
Categories: Uncategorized

Read more about the upcoming election.

Share the Doo!

Written November 10th, 2015
Categories: Uncategorized

Check out the new community page of Facebook, Doo For You: . Kitsap folks can use this page to share information when they need manure or have it to spare!

Notice of Change in Meeting

Written October 29th, 2015
Categories: Uncategorized

The Kitsap Conservation District Board of Supervisors will be changing their regular monthly meeting from November 11, 2015 to November 12, 2015 at 10am at the District Office, 10332 Central Valley Rd, Poulsbo. This is due to the Veterans’ Day Holiday.

Call Joy Garitone at 360-204-5529 ext. 113 for more info.

Underwater Footage

Written December 3rd, 2014
Categories: Uncategorized

Check out the KCD Summer 2014 Newsletter!

Written October 3rd, 2014
Categories: Uncategorized

Our latest newsletter is now available!

Contained with-in is information from our guest Speaker-Eric Mader, Assistant Pollinator Program for the Xerces Society. He speaks about how to establish a winter cover crop for our insect heroes.  You may have heard native bees as well as other beneficial pollinators have come under attack with the overuse of pesticides. Paring up with this terrific article are ones speaking of the work we have accomplished in Kitsap County over the summer. Articles on the retrofit of Kitsap County storm water ponds, managing mud and pasture plantings as well as information on cost share programs available to the public.

Plants & Manure Galore!

Written March 5th, 2014
Categories: About us, Tree Sale

Doo for You and Plant Sale JM (1) TreeSale2014_MichaelBrianPeople throughout Kitsap will be busy in their yards (if the rain ever stops). Last Friday & Saturday (Feb. 28 & Mar. 1) were the pickup days for our annual Native Plant Sale.

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.


TreeSale_SunbreakIf you missed out on the native plant sale this year, join our plant sale mailing list to receive updates for next year’s sale.

You’ll need to provide your name, email and/or mailing address, and whether you’d like to receive the Plant Sale newsletter via email, mail, or both. DooForYouSign


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.


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Kelly and Lenny: Ready to inform the public

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No truck? No problem! A shovel and buckets got the job done, too.











Trucks of all colors, shapes, and sizes lined up.










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Sometimes, there was quite a long wait. But the people found ways to keep themselves entertained…

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…as did the dogs

KCD’s 100th Rain Garden

Written January 3rd, 2014
Categories: Rain Garden, Stormwater

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.

KCD Rain Garden Team Celebrates RG 100!

KCD Rain Garden Team Celebrates RG 100!

Thanks to all of the Kitsap landowners who collaborated with us on our first 100 rain gardens. Your kind cooperation is always appreciated!

Thanks to all of the Kitsap landowners who collaborated with us on our first 100 rain gardens. Your kind cooperation is always appreciated!