Good article on how a neighborhood in Puyallup solved their flooding problem with the installation of rain gardens: Rain gardens offer a natural solution to runoff pollution
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August, 2015 Noxious Weed Newsletter Read about garden loosestrife, an aquatic weed on Lake Sammamish and efforts to control it.
Million Pollinator Garden Challenge: Weaving gardens together—one by one—to create a vibrant web of habitats for wildlife and a connection to nature for people.
Million Pollinator Garden Challenge A campaign to register a million public and private gardens and landscapes to support pollinators.
Join us at Sustainable Sammamish at the Market this Wednesday! Free Ranger Rick Magazines Drawing for a Ranger Rick plush toy Color and activity pages for the kids Learn how to certify your backyard as a wildlife habitat Handouts on…
As salmon vanish in the dry Pacific Northwest, so does Native heritage
Fun night at the Sammamish Farmer’s Market with our partner WNPS group. Happy with our new banner, business cards and map thanks to a NWF grant. And thanks to Sean Smith and Sammamish Friends for their assistance with the banner,…
Good article from the Nature Conservancy http://blog.nature.org/science/2015/07/20/5-simple-tips-your-yard-pollinator-paradise-bees-butterflies-decline/#sthash.zqGtSNVJ.dpuf
Take Your Volunteer Work in Sammmaish Community Habitats to Another Level! Become Sign up now for the 2014 Native Plant Stewardship Program. This ten week course includes expert training in: · Native Plant Identification · Puget Sound Ecosystems and Plant…