An engineer told Washington lawmakers Tuesday that public funding would spur technology to distill cow manure into dry fertilizer and clean water, making polluted runoff from dairies a problem of the past.
At the invitation of the King County Conservation District, the Alliance for Puget Sound Natural Resources joined forces with Stewardship Partners, 21 Acres, and Full Circle Farms, to submit a grant proposal for a pilot project called “Watershed Soup”. This project will create a unique addition to the efforts supporting sustainable agriculture in King County.
Les Dames d’Escoffier is a worldwide philanthropic society of professional women leaders in the fields of food, fine beverage and hospitality. In the interest of sustainable agriculture, Les Dames’ Seattle chapter has invited the Alliance for Puget Sound Natural Resources to explore a potential partnership in the creation of “Watershed Soup”.