The District’s annual events include the Native Plant Festival, Student GREEN Congress, and the South Puget Sound Regional Envirothon. Below is a calendar of the events we’re hosting or participating in, community partner events, and our regular public board meetings. Below that you will find details about our upcoming workshops, tours and work parties.

Interested in volunteering for an event? Visit our volunteering page to learn more.


Check our calendar regularly to find events we’re hosting or participating in, community partner events, and our regular public board meetings. To learn more about posted events, RSVP to a TCD hosted event, or have your event added to our calendar, contact: Nora White, or (360)754-3588 ext. 105.

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Upcoming Event Details

Coffee with Your Conservation District

10am, Every Third Wednesday of the Month
Thurston Conservation District wants to help you! Meet district staff, learn about free programs and services, ask questions, and find out about free workshops, farm planning assistance, restoration projects and more! Let us know how we can better serve you. Join us for a no-host cup of coffee and informal conversation once a month.

Upcoming dates and locations

  • September 19th
    Traditions Fair Trade Cafe
    300 5th Ave SW, Olympia
  • October 17th
    Blue Heron Bakery
    4419 Harrison Avenue NW, Olympia
  • November 21st
    Tumwater Starbucks
    5300 Capitol Blvd, Tumwater


Firewise: Home Fire Preparedness

Tuesday, August 21st, 4:30-5:45pm
Lacey Timberland Library, Meeting Room
500 College St SE, Lacey, WA 98503

The idea of a fire near your home is scary- come learn some simple steps to reduce the risk around your home and how you can take to make sure you’re prepared for the worst.

RSVP: Nora White or 360.754.3588 x105

Get Ready for Mud: Livestock Heavy Use Areas

Saturday, September 8th, 11am – 2pm
Private Landowner Property 
– RSVP for Location Details

Do you have mud issues in the rainy months? Curious about how to set up winter areas for your livestock? Join us to discuss mud management, pasture management, and winter heavy use areas. There will be a specific focus on horses. The workshop will be held at a site with a well-established “Paddock Paradise” – a track paddock set up for horses. Come learn about the advantages of winter heavy use areas for maintaining the health of your livestock and pasture, as well as a great way to address mud management in during our rainy season.

Have a workshop suggestion or question about our upcoming programming? Please let us know!

Nora White
Education & Outreach Specialist
(360) 754-3588, ext. 105