Sammamish Backyard Wildlife Habitat educates Sammamish residents about sustainable garden practices (such as reducing or eliminating chemical fertilizers and pesticides, conserving water, planting native plants, removing invasive plants and composting), and holding community events (such as stream or trail clean-ups, and native plant salvages) and educational seminars and workshops – all to make our community healthier for our local residents and wildlife.
Photo Credit (c) Danver Hartop
Natural habitat is disappearing due to human development. If we create healthy habitats on our own property, we can counteract this trend. In the process, we make our neighborhoods healthier for humans as well.
How to Certify
Please join us on this project by certifying your backyard today. The process of getting certified is easy; it’s quick and it’s fun.
Who We Are
We are a community of residents and organizations with an ongoing commitment to providing habitat for wildlife throughout Sammamish.
What We Do
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