Washington Association of Conservation Districts
Plant Materials Center

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Brochures and Newsletters

Featured Articles: Reducing Risks and Impacts of Wildfire, Kitsap County Fairgrounds LID Retrofit, Western Washington Rain Garden Species of Merit, Bare Root Shipping and Handling information, New PMC Board Member.

Featured Articles: End of Another Growing Season, CREP in Walla Walla, Eastern Washington Species of Merit, Plant of the Quarter: Cascara
 
Featured Articles: Seed Transfer Zones, Millionth Tree Ceremony, Culturally Significant Plants.
 
Featured Articles: The Life of Seeds, Hedgerows of Whatcom County, Late Blooming Species. 
 
Featured Articles: Fall at the PMC, Conservation on the Ground in Skagit County and Plants and People.
 
Featured Articles: Growing Season, State Trees and Flowers and Celebrate Arbor Day and Earth Day.
 
Featured Articles: The Target Seedling Concept, Planting for the Future and Plants for Bioengineering.
 
Featured Articles: Quaking Aspen, Anderson Creek Restoration Project, Plants for Bees and Summertime at the PMC.
 
Featured Articles: Growing Red Alder, Plants for Hedgerows, Harvesting Shipping and Handling Information, and Feature Plant: Cascara.
 
June 2009
Featured Articles: Promoting and Attracting Bees and Native Plants that Merit Attention for Wet Soils and Alaska Yellow Cedar.
 

November 2008

Feature Articles: Harvest, Custom Propagation, Contract Growing, Ten Reasons We Plant Trees and PMC Stock that Merits Attention.

 

June 2008

Featured Articles: Planting is for the Birds, Harvest-Order of Operations, American Cranberry, PMC Soils, Pacific Northwest Pioneers That Merit Attention and Seed Collection at the PMC.
 
Featured Articles: Mycorrhizae, Red Flowering Currant, Pacific Northwest Conifers that Merit Attention and Seed Propagation at the PMC.