Learn how to plant right for your site or replace your lawn with native plants with our landscaping plans.
Find where to order northwest native plants in this list of native plant nurseries in Washington state.
Discover native plant books, gardens, and other native plant resources.
Noxious weeds are a danger to our environment and the economy. These introduced species cost our region millions of dollars in lost agricultural production, environmental degradation and added maintenance costs. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 206-477-9333 for questions about noxious weeds.
How to set up rain barrels to water your plans while reducing your water bill, and where to buy them. Using rain barrels helps reduce stormwater runoff and recharges groundwater.
The Hazardous Wastemobile can pick up your garden chemical waste. Find out when the Wastemobile will be in your neighborhood or call 1-888-869-4233 to schedule a pick up.
King County set an ambitious five-year goal in our 2020 Strategic Climate Action Plan to plant, protect, and prepare a combined 3 million trees by the end of 2025.
A tool for lakeshore property owners on Lake Washington and Lake Sammamish to improve shorelines for people and salmon.
Composting transforms yard debris and food scraps into a valuable soil amendment. Learn how to compost in your backyard or with an onsite commercial container.
A natural gardening show that shows how to easily care for your yard and garden in a way that's good for people, pets, and the environment.
Join the Master Gardeners program or find master gardener resources, peruse gardening topics for Western Washington, schedule presentations, or get tips on pesticides.
Rain gardens filter pollution from rainwater and support native plants. Learn how you can build a rain garden on your property.
Learn clever time-tested tricks of ecologically-friendly gardening. This guide provides low toxic options for your yard and garden to limit your exposure to chemicals, avoid hurting good insects and birds, and protect our local waters.
Practical tips on chemical-free gardening by Seattle Public Utilities. Learn how to build healthy soil, water wisely, choose pest-resistant plants, and practice natural lawn care.