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Huckle Bear by Genevieve Buck - Youth Art Contest Entry

Huckle Bear by Genevieve Buck - Youth Art Contest Entry

THANKS to everyone who attended our Plant Sale! We appreciate our volunteers, staff and all of you who buy native plants. Cheers to you! See you in 2020!

Still need to pick up your plants? Contact our office at 425-335-5634 or email us at to schedule a time to pick up your plants at our Lake Stevens office.


2019 Plant Sale Dates

Plant Sale:
Sunday, February 17, 2019 9:00 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Evergreen State Fairgrounds, Monroe


Pre-Orders Opened:
Monday, December 3, 2018

Pre-Orders Closed:
Sunday, January 27, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.


Our Impact

Snohomish Conservation District’s Annual Native Plant Sale continues to grow and have an effect on our region. Check out these statistics from the last 34 years. Thanks for being a part of it!



Million plants sold

After 33 Plant Sales we’ve sold more
than 1.7 million plants.



billion gallons of stormwater

If all of those 1.7 million plants reached maturity, collectively they’d capture and filter 31 billion gallons of stormwater.



Thousand Olympic-Sized pools

That 31 billion gallons of stormwater run-off would fill more than 46,900 olympic-sized swimming pools.


= an untold number of

happy salmon


We’re more than just a plant sale.

Each year Snohomish Conservation District works with thousands of landowners from apartment dwellers to commercial farmers and everyone in between. We are proud to provide technical, educational, and financial assistance on a voluntary basis to these folks who are creating better ground in the communities where they work, live, and play.

Want to work with us? Our staff is eager to work with you! We offer free visits to your property and can help you brainstorm solutions that work for you and your land. Check out our services and programs below and don’t hesitate to get in touch to learn more.


Customer quote

I am SOOOOOO excited. This is the third year I have purchased plants and am so happy with them. They are healthy and grow like crazy. Love them and so do the wildlife around the area. Thank you for all your hard work and giving me the opportunity to make life easier for our non human neighbors. See you in February.

Colleen Schaffhauser