snohomish county

July 15th – Green Drinks – Rain Gardens

July 3, 2015

July Green Drinks will be sponsored by the City of Everett in partnership with the Snohomish Conservation District and Washington State University Snohomish County Extension.  We will tour several rain gardens installed as part of Everett’s rain garden rebate program. Join us for a guided tour of the rain gardens starting at 5:30 pm.   […]

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Picnic Point Forest, Picnic Point Creek and Puget Sound, is Endangered

August 7, 2014

Currently there is a 22-acre heavily wooded forest located on steep slopes above Puget Sound in the landslide-prone Picnic Point area of Snohomish County that is slated for a 112-home development (there are 2 recent documented landslides in the Picnic Point area, so this is not an exaggeration!) It originally was called Horseman’s Trail, but […]

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Help Save Snohomish Farmland

October 12, 2012

Snohomish County’s farmland is under constant threat.   We can and must take action locally to better protect our working lands from nearby development.  One tool that could do just this is already under consideration by the Snohomish County Council–is a county-wide Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) program. This new program could be adopted that would […]

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Natural Clothing Company

December 9, 2011

They are online and have a retail store in Snohomish, WA, selling organic clothing and natural products  of eco-friendly, natural and organic clothing for the whole family. Great designs and Earth approved Fibers like hemp, organic cotton and bamboo. Products: women’s organic clothing, men’s organic clothing, natural products, kids organic clothing, babies organic clothing. “We […]

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