Foster Creek Conservation District
Foster Creek Conservation District

Voluntary Stewardship Program

Volunteer or Voluntold, how do you like your agriculture?

Whats New?

  • Have you taken the VSP Producer Survey Yet? ​                        The survey helps to tell the story that agriculture can protect critical areas through voluntary conservation, and in doing so, helps you avoid further governmental regulation by assuring the VSP succeeds! The survey can be completed on paper, or online. Thank you for your time!                   
Producer Survey Cover Letter
VSP Producer Survey Cover Letter.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [641.2 KB]
VSP Producer Survey
VSP Producer Survey_Final.docx
Microsoft Word document [365.4 KB]
  • Do you have Critical Areas occuring on your property/operation?                                        ​                        Follow the link below for the Douglas County Critical Areas Web Map. You can zoom in on your operation and see for yourself!                

JOIN THE TEAM!                                                  The VSP Work Group is seeking a new member.  

Have you been seeking a volunteer opportunity to serve your community?

 

Are you interested in promoting agricultural viability while protecting the natural resources in Douglas County?

 

Are you interested in keeping new agricultural regulations out of Douglas County?

 

Serving as a Voluntary Stewardship Program work group member may be the answer you have been looking for !

 

  • 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 meetings are open to the public, and interested parties are encouraged to attend a meeting or two prior to committing to be a member.
  • Volunteering as a work group member will encompass only 16 - 32 hours of your time throughout the year as meetings occur on a quarterly basis. 
  • 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.
  • The next work group meeting is planned for November 7 in Waterville.  If interested, or for more information, please contact District Manager at 509-888-6373 or fill out the form below.

Upcoming Work Group Meetings

Meeting Agenda for November 7th, 2019
Agenda_20191107.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [623.1 KB]

Next Meeting Dates and Times:

 

  • The next work group meeting is:

    Thursday, November 7, 2019 from 1:30 - 4:00 pm 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 summaries.

 

For more information, contact District Manager (see information below).

 

All meetings are open to the public and participation is encouraged!

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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.

 

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