Foster Creek Conservation District
Foster Creek Conservation District

Welcome to the Foster Creek Conservation District

Our Mission

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 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 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 is scheduled for:


     Day/Date :  Wednesday, June 8, 2022

     Time :         6.00 pm

     Location :   Mansfield Town Hall, 26 Main Street, Mansfield, WA 98830.



For additional information or to obtain a remote access link, please contact FCCD District

Manager, Amanda Ward on Ph: 509-449-2158; 509-888-6373; or email:


To find out FCCD's meeting schedule, check out our "Events" page.

Sign up for our field tour: Growing your Farm to Make Conservation Profitable

May 26th 2-5 p.m.     2 Pesticide credits     Snacks provided

Explore the possibilities of enhancing your farm with conservation practices to potentially reduce management costs. We will tour several locations where farm managers have applied best management practices to increase crop production and health without breaking the bank. This field day will begin at Diamondback Acres in Chelan, WA, a Salmon Safe certified orchard since 2019. Then, we will travel to the Hard Row to Hoe vineyard and tasting room in Manson, WA, the first Salmon Safe certified entity in Chelan County and LIVE certified sustainable wine.


The tour will cover Salmon Safe certification standards, agency programs available to implement practices, pollinator integration, and fire resiliency for farms. Q&A will occur throughout the tour. Speakers include staff members from Cascadia CD, Foster Creek CD, Salmon Safe, and USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). The WSU Extension’s Nottingham Tree Fruit Entomology lab will provide a special talk about pollinator habitat. Space is limited, please RSVP by emailing or calling 509-888-6374

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 to request assistance.

Pearl Hill Fire Intake Form
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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.


"Conservation in Douglas County"

Have you seen this beetle?


We are looking for people willing to donate stems containing Dalmatian toadflax beetles from areas with established colonies to re-establish populations in the Pearl Hill burn area. Please give Ryan Lefler a call at (509) 423-5990

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