OREGON – Mark your calendar for Saturday, May 5, 2018, so you’ll be sure not to miss our upcoming workshop -Pasture Management, Track Paddocks, and Firewise for Horse Owners!
Tom has worked with conservation districts since 1992, managing district operations and providing statewide help on governance, technology, and accountability issues. He has been a board director of a state association of conservation districts and the president of a statewide employee's association. Tom is the General Manager for the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District.
WASHINGTON – More than 400 potted native plants, including salal, sword ferns and red currant, are being tended by Admiralty Audubon Society volunteers.
WASHINGTON – The Clallam Conservation District will hold a free workshop focusing on landscaping with native plants Saturday, April 28.
WASHINGTON – The governor showed gratitude for the work of the Appel family and their project partners, the Whatcom Conservation District, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and Diking District #3.
OREGON – The Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation District has some exciting news! Over the past 8 months we have been working with a branding firm to redesign our logo and branding package to incorporate our new programs. We are excited to reveal our new brand. Source: https://www.swcd.net/news/new-brand/
WASHINGTON – The eighth annual procession is sponsored by Lopez Island Conservation Corps, San Juan Island Conservation District, the Bureau of Land Management and the brand-new children’s after-school outdoor program — Muddy Boots. Source: Procession of the Species offers costume workshop | Islands’ Weekly