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Soil and Water Stewardship Training

Become an advocate for the environment in your community! Receive hands-on training and join a select team of community members to empower friends and neighbors to support local food systems and practice environmental stewardship in their everyday actions.

Build healthy soil and protect your watershed


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Receive hands-on training and join a team of community members to empower friends and neighbors to support local food systems and practice environmental stewardship in their everyday actions.

W&S Stewardship 3

Sign up for our Soil and Water Stewardship training to receive 24 hours of education through a combination of classroom learning and hands-on practice in the following topics:

  • food systems and food waste prevention
  • water conservation and storm water management
  • green storm water infrastructure (GSI) project planning and installation
  • soil science and how to build healthy soil
  • composting food and yard waste at home
  • sustainable gardening planning and techniques

Following the core training, volunteers will deepen their skills through additional training modules on topics including: organic vegetable gardening, drip irrigation, curbside recycling and more.

Training participants commit to share what they've learned by participating volunteer outreach and demonstration projects. Tilth Alliance staff will assist volunteers by connecting them to opportunities throughout King County and support them in developing their own project ideas.

Training Information

W&S Stewardship 4Choose your location! We are offering this training at two locations in spring 2018. Each training consists of four class sessions on Saturdays, spanning of seven weeks, with alternating weeks of class. Training takes place in different locations each session.
 
Eastside:

  • Four Saturdays: March 24, April 7, April 21 and May 5; 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

South King County

  • Four Saturdays: March 31, April 14, April 28 and May 12; 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Preference is given to King County residents outside of Seattle. If you live in Seattle, consider applying to the Master Composter/Sustainability Stewards program.

 

Apply

If you would prefer to print and mail your application, download one here.

Questions?

For more information, contact:

 
Attend an upcoming volunteer orientation to learn more about all of Tilth Alliance's volunteer opportunities in Seattle and King County.
 

Training and community resources are made possible by funding from:  Cascade Water Alliance, the Rose Foundation, Department of Ecology and Seattle & King County Departments of Public Health.

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