Foster Creek Conservation District
Foster Creek Conservation District

Fall Articles 2020

Gaining a Hold on Soil Loss Post Fire

The intense 2020 fire season will be felt for years to come in Douglas County. Fire effects soil stability in fields and slopes, wetlands and streams, mature wildlife habitat, and the spread of weeds. There are measures we can take to reduce erosion.

Pygmy Rabbit Rollercoaster Ride

Recovery efforts for the Columbia Basin pygmy rabbit has been a rollercoaster ride, experiencing both highs and lows over the past year.

Snowy 'Make a Difference Day' Was a Success!

On October 24th, Foster Creek Conservation District celebrated Make a Difference Day by hosting a native species planting to support wildlife habitat, water quality, and post-fire recovery along West Foster Creek near Bridgeport. Despite a winter storm, cold, and windy conditions, the event received a stellar turnout. 

Sign Up for EQIP Now!

The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) will be accepting applications for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) through November 20th.   

Volunteers Wanted to Collect Sagebrush Seed

Volunteers are needed to help Chelan-Douglas Land Trust collect big sagebrush seed to be planted at the Spiva Butte Preserve in Douglas County.   

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