Dec 06

PROTECTING WATERBODIES FROM LIVESTOCK DAMAGE

Posted on December 6, 2019 at 10:01 AM by Allan Warren

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Help keep your livestock out of local waterbodies with this Off-Stream Watering Device, or Nose Pump, which is now available for loan in our farm resources. The loan is free with a $50 deposit.

Stream, pond, and lake banks are all susceptible to the same types of damage from livestock. And since water from most lakes and ponds outlets into a creek, what happens

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Sep 04

The Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP) Cost Share

Posted on September 4, 2019 at 8:52 AM by Allan Warren

FarmIn honor of our 70th Anniversary, we are running a 70-days of Conservation campaign. In addition to all of our great planting events and farm workshops, farmers can join us in our effort to make our community better by implementing best practices with support from our Regional Conservation Partnership Program.

Do you have improvements you’d like to make on your farm in the coming next year? Would you like assistance in planning those improvements and help finding a way to help pay for them?

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Sep 04

Are You a Pollinator Pal?

Posted on September 4, 2019 at 8:23 AM by Allan Warren

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Join us and the Xerces Society on November 19th for a pollinator workshop and learn how you can become a Pollinator Pal by restoring pollinator habitat on your own property.

At least 600 species of native bees in Washington contribute to the important work of pollinating favorite local crops like squashes, cucumbers, berries and apples. Three-quarters of all flowering plants and roughly 35% of food crops depend on pollinators to reproduce! The abundance and diversity of native bees and other pollinators on farms, and their contribution to pollination and crop productivity are enhanced when

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