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Garden Green

How to grow plants without the use of toxic chemicals

New Videos on Rainwater/Stormwater Solutions

 Vashon Nature Center has created a Water Wellness Toolbox.  Inside the Toolbox are tips and resources created by Garden Green, on the Stewardship Page

Rainwater! In our climate, we seem to have either too little of it or too much of it. These videos were created to help you manage it in both cases, and help Puget Sound and our salmon. Take a look!  Part 1 covers rainwater harvesting, green roofs, and rain gardens:  Click here.   


Part 2 covers ways to deal with excess stormwater using on-site stormwater systems. Click here to view it.

These videos  and the Water Wellness Toolbox were funded by the King County Wastewater Treatment Division in Partnership with the Vashon Nature Center, www.vashonnaturecenter.org. The content herein does not constitute an endorsement by King County government, its employees, or its elected and appointed officials.

About Garden Green

Welcome to Garden Green! A place to come learn about common garden pesticides, and safer alternatives to their use. Our work focuses on the Pacific Northwest, but many of the resources you will find here are useful globally.

Thanks for visiting. Take a look around, and stop back regularly, as we will continue to add resources, reports, and more reference information.  

Also, please visit our Garden Green Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Garden-Green-1721120778176830/?fref=ts

Support for Garden Green is partially provided by the Puget Sound Stewardship and Mitigation Fund, a grantmaking fund created by the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance and administered by the Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment.

Support is also provided by King County, through the Vashon-Maury Island Groundwater Protection Committee.

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