Upcoming and recent classes

Elliott is involved in education, training, and outreach throughout the Puget Sound region. Programs are usually sponsored by resource agencies and not-for-profit organization for landowners, resource professionals, land managers, and land development practitioners.

Topics include forestry management, low-impact pre-development practices, shoreline and steep-slope restoration, bio-structural stormwater and erosion control, view enhancement, use of native plants in the Puget Sound landscape, and related subjects.

Greenbelt Consulting also designs and facilitates community-based educational programs as well as conducting field trips for homeowners and condominium associations, neighborhood groups, and other private entities.

Customized, community-specific education and outreach can help a community understand the cumulative effects of development and improve area-wide management practices, reducing stormwater, erosion, and landslide impacts on fragile shoreline areas.

Below are upcoming and recent classes:

Where the Water Begins Workshops, 2023

Protect And Enhance Your Beach Or Bluff Property

Is your marine bluff or beach property eroding or jeopardizing your house? Do you want to manage trees and shrubs to stabilize your property while maintaining a beautiful view of Puget Sound?

King Conservation District invites you to attend FREE workshops developed for property owners along the marine shorelines of King County.

Where The Water Begins - North Seattle/Magnolia - April 22nd

Where The Water Begins - Burien - May 6th

Where The Water Begins -  Vashon Island - May 19th

The workshops will provide participants with an opportunity to learn about the ecological, geological and vegetation management issues associated with owning property Where the Water Begins. Hear presentations from local experts and get your questions answered. Sign up to attend the webinar and receive FREE RESOURCES and SITE VISIT from KCD marine shoreline experts.

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