Are you interested in keeping new agricultural regulations out of Douglas County? The Voluntary Stewardship Program reduces the regulatory burden on the Douglas County agricultural community by protecting critical areas through voluntary conservation activities. VSP work group members are responsible for determining the direction of the program and helping it succeed. Participating on the work group will help ensure the needs and interests of your agricultural community are met and that additional regulations are not imposed in Douglas County.
VSP work group meetings are open to the public, and interested parties are encouraged to attend a meeting or two prior to committing to be a member. If interested, or for more information, please contact Aaron Rosenblum, Douglas County VSP Coordinator at 509-423-5990 or visit the VSP Webpage.
Serving the community through quality technical assistance for natural resource stewardship.
To protect natural resources; enhance sustainable, profitable agriculture; and improve the quality of life in Douglas County, by: Encouraging good land stewardship through education, incentives, and quality technical assistance. Protecting individual and private property rights. Building strong coalitions with other groups. Including, but not limited to, government assistance as a valid conservation partner to agriculture, by providing quality, intelligent, technical assistance to cooperators and partners.
Foster Creek Conservation District holds a board meeting the second Wednesday of every month except for August.
To find out when the next meeting is, check out our "Events" page.
If you want to learn more or stay up to date with what is going on, sign up today and stay in the loop!