Puget Sound Orca Recovery Day

Clallam Conservation District invites you to join us on

Saturday, November 10, 2018


You are invited to join us!

Come out and help install native plants at a Low Water-Use Demonstration Garden at Carrie Blake Park in Sequim. Planting activities will begin at 1:00 pm.

RSVP is not required, but it is encouraged to help us plan. Thank you.

The Southern Resident Killer Whales that call Puget Sound home are critically endangered. In the past few months alone, two of our local orcas died from a combination of malnutrition, polluted waters, and stress from local boat traffic. The local population is down to only 74 orcas. We must act now if we're going to save the most iconic species of the Pacific Northwest.

Puget Sound Conservation Districts are proud to provide folks around the region the chance to take action on this critical issue. With 10 different restoration and educational activities all around the Puget Sound to choose from, you'll have a chance to get involved in the recovery of our local orcas.

LEARN MORE about what other conservation districts in the Puget Sound are doing for Orca Recovery Day


Now accepting Large Orders

For more information click HERE.


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New Rainwater Harvesting Guide now available!

The Rainwater Harvesting Guide will help you learn the basics on how to collect and store roof runoff for use as stock water and irrigation. Pictured is a 1,100 gallon cistern used to collect roof water for livestock watering on a farm in Clallam Bay.


July 2018 PIC Newsletter!                                               

Clallam County Environmental Health released a July 2018 Pollution Identification & Correction (PIC) newsletter containing project updates, maps and water quality sampling results.  Click here to read the newsletter!