Protecting our natural resources

The Washington County Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD)┬áis a unique unit of local government that was founded in 1945. Our mission is to assist agricultural producers, rural landowners and municipalities with the management, conservation and best use of our natural resources. Our highest priorities are to protect the County’s soil and water resources while maintaining the viability of agriculture as a preferred land use.

 

Announcements

Our Board of Directors meetings are open to the public. Due to recent events, we will be holding meetings by conference call. Below is information for our next meeting:

May 28, 2020 at 7:30 pm

Call-in phone number: 425-436-6348

Access code: 511779

We are still working! One of us is at the office throughout the week to assist over the phone or by e-mail. You can find our contact information on the Contact page. During these uncertain times, please do not hesitate to contact us regarding environmental concerns for your property. While we are currently not conducting any new site visits to protect you and ourselves, we are happy to assist over e-mail, mail, or the phone as best we can. If we cannot assist in this capacity, we will hold onto your information and contact you after these trying times to set up a site visit. For the fastest service, please fill out and return this form: Request for Assistance.

-April 13, 2020

 

Please be advised that our office is currently closed to the public and we will be working from home as much as possible. While we will still be checking emails and phone messages, please be aware that response time will be delayed. All field visits have been suspended unless previously scheduled or approved ahead of time. This is to help protect our neighbors and employees. Bear with us during this transition. Stay safe.

-March 23, 2020

The fall newsletter is here! Check it out at the Newsletter tab!

Check out our Calendar of Events for 2020!

USDA-NRCS accepts signups for conservation programs all year.