Volunteer or Voluntold, how do you like your agriculture?
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. The next work group meeting is planned for mid-late April in Waterville, with the exact date TBD. If interested, or for more information, please contact Aaron Rosenblum, Douglas County VSP Coordinator at 509-423-5990 or fill out the form below.
Next Meeting Dates and Times:
Tuesday April 16th, 2019 from 6-8pm in the Hearing Room at the Superior Court of Douglas County Building 203 S Rainier St, Waterville, WA 98858.
See VSP Meeting Materials and Docments Page for meeting agendas and summarys.
For more information, contact Aaron Rosenblum, VSP Coordinator (see information below).
All meetings are open to the public and participation is encouraged!
Douglas County VSP Coordinator
Natural Resource Specialist
Foster Creek Conservation District
Return to this page for updates and links to VSP related news and documents. We will update this page as information becomes available. If you would like to be included on future VSP contact emails or if you would like specific information about the VSP process, please fill out the form below. A staff member will respond with the information you request.