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City of Bothell a recipient for King Conservation District award
The City of Bothell will receive a Local Government Conservation Award from the King Conservation District during its annual meeting.
Camp Korey near Carnation will host the King Conservation District’s annual meeting from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7 at Camp Korey near Carnation.
One of the highlights of the meeting will be presentation of the district’s annual conservation awards.
In addition to the City of Bothell, below is a list of recipients for 2012:
• Snoqualmie Tribe – Conservation Leader
• Erick & Wendy Haakenson, Jubilee Farm – Wildlife Stewards of the Year
• Dana & Sarah Schuerholz-Wright – Conservation Landowners of the Year
• Washington Conservation Corps – King Conservation District Service Award
• American Farmland Trust – Best Partnering Organization
Camp Korey at Carnation Farm is located at 28901 N.E. Carnation Farm Rd., Carnation.
About the King Conservation District:
The King Conservation District provides information and technical assistance programs available to all landowners within the district’s boundaries (most of King County) on a voluntary, non-regulatory basis. The district provides grants for conservation-focused projects and programs, and initiates community outreach activities that include workshops, education programs, site visits, farm plans, and consultation on land, water, and wildlife management.