WASHINGTON – Just days after voters narrowly elected Alan Chapman to serve on the Whatcom Conservation District’s board of supervisors, its secretary and treasurer Joe Heller announced his resignation.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) sent a letter to House Agriculture Committee leadership outlining the organization’s reaction to the Agriculture and Nutrition Act of 2018 […]
WASHINGTON – A Kent parking lot has turned into a sustainable urban garden where refugees and immigrants can grow the foods that remind them of home.
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!
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/