MEET OUR SUPERVISORS
Foster Creek Conservation District (FCCD) was created in 1942 and is located in North Central Washington in Douglas County. One of 45 Districts in the state, FCCD is mandated under the Revised Code of Washington 89.08 to develop and administer voluntary, non-regulatory programs to conserve natural resources. Governed by a board of volunteer supervisors from the local community, Foster Creek Conservation District identifies local conservation problems, guides voluntary local solutions, and sets policies where needed.
The Board of Supervisors meets the second Wednesday of every month. During November to March, meetings are from 1-3pm. During April to October, meetings are from 6-8pm. All meetings take place at Pioneer Hall, Mansfield, WA.
View Board meeting minutes.
When created in 1939, conservation districts in Washington State were given the ability to conduct their own elections by the Washington State Legislature, and that process continues to this day. The Conservation Commission is required to set conservation district election policies and procedures to promote fair and open elections. Any eligible voter within the boundaries of the conservation district has the right to participate in the conservation district elections.
View information for Foster Creek Elections.
View our Annual Report
Every year Foster Creek creates an annual report to help inform the public about the District's resource priorities, programs, and recent projects. Every five years, we create strategic plans to help us ensure we are staying true to resource concerns and priorities of those who live and work within our District.