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What We Do

Sammamish Community 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.

Special Project – StormWater

Sammamish Community Wildlife Habitat is leading a group of concerned citizens and community leaders to steward the stormwater system in Sammamish.


The goals of this group are to:

  • Educate citizens about stormwater and about the critical need to maintain stormwater systems

  • Encourage policy makers to prioritize proper development and maintenance of stormwater systems

  • Train and support a volunteer core to help maintain stormwater systems and facilities

  • Push to plant native species around storm water facilities, where appropriate and allowable

  • Work towards a city-wide pollinator pathway


Coming soon... Learn more about stormwater, including how you are a critical part of this important system..

Your Vision, Our Mission

The concept of wildlife habitat dovetails with the City of Sammamish vision statement, excerpted below:

(From the proposed comp plan, page 11:) The city of Sammamish has prioritized sustainability and health as an overriding goal for the Comprehensive Plan.

  • HS.1 Create and protect healthy habitat

  • HS.2 Maintain a diverse ecosystem supporting a variety of wildlife

  • HS.3 Maintain Sammamish’s forested character

  • HS.5 Conserve water and protect water quality

  • HS.8 Foster healthy neighborhoods and promote a citywide culture of environmental and human health.


From page 14:

The plan incorporates a systems approach to planning and decision-making that addresses protection of the natural environment. The plan commits to maintaining and restoring ecosystems, through steps to conserve key habitats, maintain and protect surface and groundwater resources . . .

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