Olympic Peninsula Conservation Programs

Environmental Planting Program

Program level:

Local

Land use:

Agriculture, Forest

Provider:

Kitsap Conservation District

Benefits provided: 

Free technical assistance

Water-focused program: 

No

Support to plant native species.

Overview

Description:

Planting native species is an important part of conserving natural resources. The Kitsap Conservation Districts provides support to residents and partnering agencies, to promote successful native planting projects, big and small. Through our association with the WACD Plant Material Center, we provide low cost, bare root native plants for restoration and landscaping projects every spring. We also give advice about plant selection, maintenance and additional sources for plants at other times of the year.

Eligibility:

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Financial benefit: 

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Contact information

Contact person: 

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Organization:

Kitsap Conservation District

Phone number: 

360-204-5529

Email: 

Information last updated on December 1, 2020.

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