Category: District News

Letter: Support conservation district

In the 1990s and early 2000s, the Clark Conservation District did an immense amount of work on Lockwood Creek bordering our property. Afterwards, the fish returned because their habitat had been restored, access to the creek was cleared, the integrity of the banks had been reinforced, animals could again cross […]

Changing Hands: A Workshop on Farm Succession Planning

This workshop will feature the tools and resources that farmers, ranchers, and foresters need to protect their land and preserve their family relationships…This workshop is made possible with the support of the following organizations: Clackamas SWCD, East Multnomah SWCD, Greenleaf Farm Management, Iroquois Valley Farms, Organically Grown Company, Southern […]

2018 Better Ground Award Winners to be Honored

WASHINGTON – Snohomish Conservation District (SCD) is honoring the following individuals, businesses and non-profits whose work to conserve natural resources have been exceptional. Our 2018 Better Ground Showcase is invitation only this year and will be held on Thursday, April 12, 2018, in Mukilteo. Source: 2018 Better Ground Award […]

Local groups prep for market season

ALASKA – The 2018 farmers market season is quickly approaching and local organizers are eager to help vendors old and new…On Friday, the Kenai Soil and Water Conservation District and Alaska Farmers Market Association are hosting a farmers market meet-up… Source: Local groups prep for market season

NACD Annual Report Features CARCD, King CD

CALIFORNIA and WASHINGTON – The National Association of Conservation Districts Annual Report was just released and CARCD is featured for their work on tree mortality in the Sierra Nevadas (page 32). The King Conservation District helped convert a parking lot into a multicultural community garden (page 26). Download […]