Calendar of KCD Events

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Begin accepting orders for 2020 Seedling Sale

9 Greenhouse Emergency Preparedness 
20 MLK Day - Office Closed 


KCD Annual Dinner and Elections

31 Ag Action Day 2020 at KVCC (MAEAP Phase 1 Event)






Kalamazoo County Citizen Science Information Panel

17 President's Day - Office Closed
20 Tree Selection - How to Decide What to Plant





18 Woodlot and Forest Management Field Event
20 Invasive Species Presentation
21 Backyard Orchard and Permaculture Workshop
23-27 Well Water Screening Week



10 Last day accepting seedling pre-orders

17 & 18

Seedling Pick-up

24 Shoreline Symposium



20 Conservorama
25 Memorial Day - Office Closed
20 Fish Day! (Buy fish for your pond)
3 Independence Day Holiday- Office Closed

Partner and Community Events

Kalamazoo County 4-H is gearing up for another year of exciting hands-on learning and building up life skills in youth aged 5-19. The new 4-H programming year starts this month and now is the perfect time to become part of the largest youth development organization in the state, 4-H. The Kalamazoo County program has lots of exciting projects for youth to get involved in from livestock to robotics and beyond. Don’t have farm animals? No worries! We have 4-H clubs focused on arts, science, tabletop role playing games, and even dogs!
For more information on everything 4-H can offer and to find a club near you send an email to or call (269) 383-8830. Build up your Head, Heart, Hands and Health with Kalamazoo County 4-H in 2019-20! And check out a local club reciting the 4-H Pledge here.

Local Farmers Markets are open! Fresh from the farm, support local!


Kalamazoo Farmers Market, Saturday 7 am - 2 pm  


Douglas Farmers Market, Closed for the season


Portage Farmers Market Closed for the season  


Richland Farmers Market Closed for the season


Schoolcraft Farmers Markets, Closed for the season


Texas Township Farmers’ Market Closed for the season


Vicksburg Farmers Market Closed for the season


Clean Boats, Clean Waters
Boaters, skiers or swimmers can unintentionally spread invaders from one body of water to another when aquatic invasive species (AIS) hitch a ride on their recreational equipment. Clean Boats, Clean Waters is a volunteer education program designed to assist Michigan boaters keep their boats free of invasive species and to help protect their equipment and our waters from the havoc caused by invaders.
You Can Volunteer Today! Click to Learn How!
The Michigan Natural Shoreline Partnership (MNSP), is a collaboration of state agencies, academia, nonprofit organizations and private industry. It was formed in 2008 with the belief that a change was necessary in shoreline development practices in Michigan from high impacting methods that change the natural riparian condition to healthier and sustainable erosion control practices.
Do you have gardening questions?   Or maybe you have valuable knowledge to share ?
The Master Gardener Volunteer Program may be the perfect place for you! Last year , 3,507 MSU Extension Master Gardeners volunteers provided over 157,430 volunteer hours and reported an additional 616,306 contacts with Michigan citizens!  Through their volunteer outreach, MG's shared science-based, environmentally-sound gardening knowledge and engaged citizens and empowered communities.
Give the Master Gardeners a call with your growing questions at the
Master Gardener Hotline: 888-678-3464 or email

KCD Hours

Mon-Thu :

09:00 am - 04:00 pm

Because we are a field office and Fridays are field days, please call BEFORE you visit so that someone can assist you.

Phone: 269.775.3368

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