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At the May Board meeting, Dick Yoder was honored for his eleven years of dedicated service assisting land managers with their conservation choices.This page was last modified on 06/09/16 - 09:07
The Whatcom Conservation District (WCD) hosted a Discover Soils and Manure Tour Field Day on April 26, 2016 at the James Dairy in Custer. The event was open to anyone interested in soil conditions, pasture health or the many facets involved in managing manure and nutrients on a farm. Over twenty attendees rotated through three stations; soil properties demonstration, soil field assessment and soil test Interpretation before heading on the manure tour, which highlighted good manure management practices on the farm.This page was last modified on 05/18/16 - 15:47
Just over 200 volunteers of all ages joined together for an Earth Day celebration with Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association and the Chums of Terrell to continue the restoration of streamside habitat along the banks of Terrell Creek. This long-term habitat restoration project continued this year with the planting of 612 native trees and shrubs!This page was last modified on 01/08/19 - 16:06
On a blustery Saturday in March, over 220 small farmers joined 22 local organizations at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds for a day of education and networking organized by the Whatcom Conservation District and Whatcom County Public Works. The amazing turnout had the venue bursting at the seams, proving that the farming community in Whatcom County needs a place to learn, share and network with specialists and their peers.This page was last modified on 01/08/19 - 16:22
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Throughout Whatcom County signs are popping up praising the efforts of our local farmers planting cover crops for soil health and clean water!! Whatcom Conservation District is launching a new program called Whatcom Farmers for Clean Water to promote and celebrate the actions of our farmers and landowners that are managing their land in balance with our natural resources.
For more information see our website: www.whatcomcd.org/whatcom-farmers-for-clean-water or Call (360) 526-2381This page was last modified on 11/24/15 - 07:39
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Saturday, September 19th 2015 at 10:00
At the BP Highlands from Jackson Rd, south of Grandview Rd, Ferndale Google Map
Join the Chums of Terrell Creek, Whatcom Conservation District, Nooksack Salmon Enhancement and BBWARM as we celebrate Healthy Water, Healthy People!!
1k Kids Smolt Sprint at 10:00amThis page was last modified on 01/08/19 - 16:20