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 and 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 BOARD MEETINGS
Foster Creek Conservation District holds a board meeting the second Wednesday of every month except for August, when no meeting is held.
The next FCCD Board of Supervisors meeting will be held:
Wednesday December 8, 2021
Time : 1.00 - 3.00 pm
Location : Mansfield Town Hall, 26 Main Street, Mansfield, WA 98830
For additional information or if remote access is required, please contact FCCD District
Manager, Amanda Ward on Ph: 509-449-2158; 509-888-6373; or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out FCCD's meeting schedule, check out our "Events" page.
Do You Want to Help Lead Our Conservation District’s Work?
We are pleased to announce an opportunity is available for you to serve on our five-member Board of Supervisors.
For more information, please contact District Manager Amanda Ward on ph: 509-888-6373; email: email@example.com, or check out the information provided on the WA Conservation Commission’s website: https://www.scc.wa.gov/elections-and-appointments
Fire Recovery: Foster Creek CD is here to help
Foster Creek Conservation District (FCCD) is actively seeking sources of funding assistance for re-seeding of burned priority areas and other post-fire recovery.
We need your help to make these applications effective! We encourage land owners to call/email our staff to document losses and your main post-fire needs, or to fill out the Wildfire Intake Form below and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org to request assistance.
Have you seen our STORY MAP?
Do a click tour of the hard work done by FCCD and our partners that addresses ecological challenges in Douglas County.
If you want to learn more or stay up to date with what is going on, sign up today and stay in the loop!