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Stewardship Partners creates people-based solutions that engage Puget Sound communities as caretakers of the land and water that sustain us.

When everyone understands their role, has access to resources, and has a sense of belonging to community, land and water, then positive change happens. Mixing optimism, realism and action, Stewardship Partners starts with empathy; we listen then co-create solutions with our partners, connecting them with their environment and each other to improve watershed health.

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There are a lot of ways to be a stewardship partner!

Events

Check out some great stewardship events led by us and our partners across the region. Dig in!

Volunteer Opportunities

On select Saturdays throughout the spring and fall, Stewardship Partners hosts public volunteer events on farms in the Snoqualmie Valley. Come out, grab a shovel and some gloves and plant some trees with us!  Interested in a team building activity? We can also set up custom events any day of the week for you and your team.

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Time for Salmon-Safe Christmas Trees!

If you’re in the market for a Christmas tree and are passionate about supporting sustainable, local businesses and farmers, look no further than Carnation Tree Farm!  In 2007, Carnation Tree Farm became the first holiday tree farm in the Northwest to be certified as Salmon-Safe.  Nestled within the gorgeous landscape of the Snoqualmie Valley, Carnation Tree Farm …

Snoqualmie Tribe: Stewarding the Land Since Time Immemorial

The Snoqualmie Valley has been home to the Snoqualmie Tribe (Sdukwalbixw) since time immemorial. Long before European explorers came to the Pacific Northwest, Snoqualmie people hunted deer and elk, fished for salmon and gathered berries and wild plants for food and medicine. By comparison, Stewardship Partners’ Snoqualmie Stewardship program has been restoring agricultural land in …