Natural Yard Care

A healthier lawn, family and Puget Sound

Two images side by side of a kid playing with a dog on the lawn and two orca whales in the ocean.

By choosing lawn care products that are labeled Natural or Organic, you'll reduce harmful chemical exposure in your family, our streams, Puget Sound, otters, orcas, salmon, get the idea.

Why go natural? Rain washes pesticides and chemicals from fertilizers off of your yard into nearby storm drains. Many storm drains lead this untreated water directly into local creeks and streams. You can still grow healthy, beautiful yards using natural yard techniques.

So make the switch to organic lawn care - we'll help you get started. Attend a webinar or try an organic/natural fertilizer using the discount below.

Get advice from a Master Gardener

Thank you for joining us at our 2021 webinars! Please visit this page next year to learn about our 2022 webinars. 

Let us help you get started with a 15% off coupon

We're offering a coupon for 15% off a 20 lb bag of E.B. Stone Natural & Organic Lawn Food, while supplies last. Print out the coupon below or show this webpage to redeem this discount at Valley Nursery, 20882 Bond Road NE, Poulsbo, 98370.

Limit one discounted bag per household, 15% off the regular price of $44.99. While supplies last. Limited time offer expires 5/22/2021. May not be combined with other offers. Void if transferred exchanged, sold or reproduced. Retailer reserves the right to modify the promotion at any time. Cash value 1/100th of a cent.

About the events

The West Sound Stormwater Outreach Group (WSSOG) is a multijurisdictional partnership between Kitsap County, the cities of Bainbridge Island, Bremerton, Gig Harbor, Poulsbo, Port Angeles, Port Orchard and the US Navy. These agencies work together on improving water quality by reducing pollutants in stormwater runoff, which are a major source of pollution to local waterways and Puget Sound. These webinars and discount program are being jointly coordinated by WSSOG.

Questions? Contact Kym Pleger, education and outreach coordinator, at 360.337.7066.