King County Conservation District Offers Money, Labor, Design Help for Landowners

KCD headerKing County Conservation District funding is available to landowners for stream and wetland habitat restoration.

The King Conservation District has a variety of programs to help landowners with aquatic areas to protect and improve the health of streams, rivers, wetlands, lakes, and ponds.

King County Conservation District provide project design, labor from the Washington Conservation Corps to remove invasive species, re-plant with natives, and three years of free maintenance and monitoring.

KCD’s services and labor are free. Landowners pay a small cost-share for materials, including plants and mulch. To be eligible, landowners must have a KCD Farm Plan. To learn more about KCD habitat enhancement services, contact Jacobus Saperstein at 425-282-1912, or email him at