Backyard Conservation Stewardship Program


It is quite apparent now that we cannot continue to hold our presentations for the Backyard Conservation Stewardship Program this month. I am going to work with the presenters to provide presentations again starting in May, and throughout the course of May and June provide the remaining three evenings of information. So, we are really just postponing the program. If you would prefer to not attend the remaining presentations at any time, then email me to request a refund.

In the meantime, stay safe and enjoy Spring. It turns out that working out in your yard is the safest and healthiest activity by far this year. Embrace that! We look forward to resuming more fantastic educational opportunities again in a couple of months.

Take care,

Stacey Selcho, Education Coordinator


The Backyard Conservation Stewardship Program is back this March!

Classes will feature valuable tips for topics including

    • landscaping with native plants
    • tree care
    • permaculture
    • pest management
    • landscaping for wildlife
    • composting
    • managing non-native invasive plants
    • attracting pollinators
    • soil health

$35 Registration Fee Required (includes all 4 classes) Participants will receive educational materials, access to local experts, refreshments and prize drawings every evening.

Made possible with support from WA Department of Fish & Wildlife, WSU Extension Master Gardener Program, City of Spokane Solid Waste Disposal Master Composter/Recycler Program, WA Native Plant Society, Spokane County Noxious Weed Control Board, Zinnia Designs, and Spokane Conservation District.