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October 5 - November 5, 2020

Kitsap Conservation District

Kitsap Conservation District

Kitsap Conservation District is your resource for natural resources! We offer technical assistance to landowners to help preserve our natural resources. We are a non-regulatory organization working cooperatively with private landowners to address water and soil concerns. We collaborate with farmers, residents, and businesses to work toward conservation goals.

Points Total

  • 0 Today
  • 0 This Week
  • 8,937
    Total

Team Impact

  • up to
    26
    advocacy actions
    completed
  • up to
    9
    bags of litter
    collected
  • up to
    32
    miles
    traveled by bike
  • up to
    430
    miles
    not traveled by car
  • up to
    480
    pounds of CO2
    have been saved
  • up to
    4
    community events
    hosted or attended
  • up to
    86
    disposable cups
    not sent to the landfill
  • up to
    4
    documentaries
    watched
  • up to
    10
    donations
    made
  • up to
    83
    conversations
    with people
  • up to
    3,390
    minutes
    spent learning
  • up to
    49
    locally sourced meals
    consumed
  • up to
    7,665
    minutes
    spent outdoors
  • up to
    94
    plastic bottles
    not sent to the landfill
  • up to
    47
    plastic containers
    not sent to the landfill
  • up to
    39
    plastic straws
    not sent to the landfill
  • up to
    2
    public officials or leaders
    contacted
  • up to
    775
    trees
    planted
  • up to
    16
    hours
    volunteered
  • up to
    49
    pounds
    waste composted
  • up to
    2,390
    gallons of water
    have been saved
  • up to
    2
    water collection systems
    installed

Team Feed

Recent updates from this team
  • November 5 at 7:09 PM
    I live in the Chico Creek watershed in central Kitsap, which empties to Dyes Inlet (Puget Sound). Chico is across the road from me, approximately 150 yards away, though a seasonal stream passes closer to my home on the opposite side. This seasonal stream is a tributary to Chico, with the confluence a quarter mile East of my property. Runoff can...
  • November 5 at 6:42 PM
    Surface and ground water from precipitation. Kitsap County, I believe, is only 1 of 3 in WA state that receives no contribution of freshwater from mountain snowpack. Wells supply most municipalities and residences; however, Bremerton is uniquely supplied by a majority of surface water from the Union River reservoir. 
  • November 5 at 6:15 PM
    (Quantity) Groundwater is in demand. Because Kitsap County relies on rainfall only for aquifer recharge and stream flows (no snowpack), conservation of freshwater is critical. This is not only for human use; summer stream flow  during our region's dry months is sustained by groundwater seep/percolation. Without sustained flows, salmon cannot...
  • November 5 at 6:06 PM
    The challenge doesn't end because the points do; keep on fighting the good fight. 
  • November 5 at 4:32 PM
    watching "A Plastic Ocean". It's a bit depressing, but felt it apropos on this last day of the challenge.
  • November 5 at 11:28 AM
    rain is the main source. We don't have snowpack and all the water is from precipitaiton. We need to keep it from running off.

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Competitions

Challenger Members Points Challenged Members Points  
Challenger: Kitsap Conservation District Challenger Team Members: 28 Challenger Points: 8937 Winning?: VS. Challenged: Whatcom Conservation District Challenged Team Members: 47 Challenged Points: 6877 Winning?:  
Challenger: Kitsap Conservation District Challenger Team Members: 28 Challenger Points: 8937 Winning?: VS. Challenged: Mason Conservation District Challenged Team Members: 6 Challenged Points: 503 Winning?:  
Challenger: Kitsap Conservation District Challenger Team Members: 28 Challenger Points: 8937 Winning?: VS. Challenged: Snohomish Conservation District Challenged Team Members: 19 Challenged Points: 2254 Winning?:  
Challenger: Kitsap Conservation District Challenger Team Members: 28 Challenger Points: 8937 Winning?: VS. Challenged: King Conservation District Challenged Team Members: 32 Challenged Points: 4174 Winning?:  
Challenger: Kitsap Conservation District Challenger Team Members: 28 Challenger Points: 8937 Winning?: VS. Challenged: Thurston Conservation District Challenged Team Members: 10 Challenged Points: 879 Winning?:  
Challenger: Kitsap Conservation District Challenger Team Members: 28 Challenger Points: 8937 Winning?: VS. Challenged: Whidbey Island Conservation District Challenged Team Members: 13 Challenged Points: 1250 Winning?:  
Challenger: Kitsap Conservation District Challenger Team Members: 28 Challenger Points: 8937 Winning?: VS. Challenged: Pierce Conservation District Challenged Team Members: 39 Challenged Points: 6270 Winning?: