The Conservation Talk Series is a monthly event hosted by the Palouse Conservation District. We strive to bring in local experts to lead discussions on the issues relevant to our community. We encourage you to join in on the conversation and learn how you can be a better steward of the Palouse.

​To align with social distancing guidelines, all events will be hosted via Zoom.

March 11th: Composting for Farms and Gardens

Dr. Lynne Carpenter-Boggs, Soil Scientist and Professor in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences at WSU. Registration is now open!

​March 25th: Native Plants in the Landscape

Kathy Hutton, Plants of the Wild. First 25 participants to register will receive a FREE xeriscaping kit! Registration is now open!

​April 7th: Everyday Water Conservation

Cara Haley, City of Pullman Engineer. First 50 participants to register will receive a FREE at-home water-saving device kit!

​April 22nd: Rain Barrels Workshop

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