WASHINGTON, Kittitas County CD – Farmers, ranchers and landowners in Kittitas County have until March 15 to apply for funding for projects through the Toppenish to Teanaway project. Source: Funding available for conservation projects in Kittitas County | Local | yakimaherald.com
WASHINGTON – The city of Roslyn will soon be the newest member of the Kittitas County Conservation District.
WASHINGTON – Wildfire season is fast approaching, and a local coalition wants to get the word out that resources are available to help protect homes and property…Coalition member Rose Shriner, who also works for the Kittitas County Conservation District, discussed the effort during a presentation to the Roslyn […]
WASHINGTON – The Kittitas County Conservation District is seeking applicants for a full-time temporary position funded through at least 12/31/18. This position focuses on learning the conservation planning process, Farm Bill programs, and local conservation practices and then using that knowledge (under the guidance of experienced planners) to […]
WASHINGTON – Approximately 400 third-graders from the Kittitas Valley attended the 17th annual Elementary Agriculture Appreciation Day on Tuesday at the Kittitas Valley Event Center in Ellensburg. Mark Crowley, conservation planner for the Kittitas County Conservation District and coordinator for the event, summed up the total participation for […]